I'm not a fan of the phrase "burned out".  Honestly, I think its a cop out phrase meaning that you don't want to do it anymore but it sounds bad to say you stop so that you can have fun.  Even when we are in the middle of hard training sessions or long study sessions, we start to feel like we are missing out and we get agitated.  We want to get out of whatever it is that we are doing.  Usually, if this is the case its because either we are not into our goal anymore or because we are frustrated because of a plateau (that sometimes starts to fall into a decline due to the frustration)  in our progress.  If your goals change, then that's totally fine.  Make the change, but own it.  Don't say you got burned out.  Say you are just focusing on this other thing.  Don't worry if people think that the idea is good or not.  The reason is yours and you will live with it.  If the reason is because of a plateau in your progression, you have to realize that progress isn't always an exponential increase.  There may be a very slight 1% increase in something that you don't even notice.  Maybe your 1RM isn't increasing but your form and positioning are improving.  Also, it may be a time to change your focus from the current piece to another part of the goal.  If it's a fitness thing, well I'm sure you have MANY things you want to improve.  Go to something else and revitalize yourself by doing some new things, then you can come back to the other piece.  Own your actions!:)

FEEL THE BURN!!! 

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INFERNO WARM UP X 2

Complete the following: 

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Front Squat Party

.......0:00-3:00: 4 reps @75%1RM

.......3:00-6:00: 3 reps @80%1RM

.......6:00-9:00: 2 reps @85%1RM

.......9:00-12:00: 1 rep @90%1RM

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then...

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15 min clock:

6 min AMRAP:

.......6 reps Cleans (185/125, 65%1RM, wt to get 8-12UB)

.......12 reps Lat PVC Pipe Jumps (30/24")

3 min REST

6 min AMRAP:

.......6 reps Cleans (135/95, 45%1RM, wt to get 15-19UB)

.......12 reps Lat PVC Pipe Jumps (24/20")

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MWOD:   Banded front rack mobility, compression band ankles and calves