One of the things ive learned recently is that multitasking doesnt work.  I honestly prided myself on my multitasking abilities but after learning this, i have to admit, multitasking doesnt work.  The idea of multitasking is you are trying to be as efficient as possible doing more than one thing at a time.  More correctly, it would be to switch back and forth from one thing to the next.  But heres the kicker, your brain has to reset and then refocus on the next task before you can actually get any work done on that task.  So if you switch back and forth a few times, you actually lose a good handful of time, or worse, of true focus on the tasks you are trying to complete.  Why am i bringing this up here?  Ever looked at your phone while you were at the gym?  What if you were in the middle of either a good or a bad text conversation, or you were in the middle of reading an important email, what would your workout be like?  Some would say that if it was bad news, then you would be angry and be able to lift a bunch of weight.  Not true.  You would actually be distracted and try to figure out responses to the texts or emails instead of focusing on the workout at hand and how hard you are going to be pushing.  I know we are all busy in our lives, in our jobs, our families, our kids, our projects, our everythings, but when you come to the gym, you are there for one reason: to improve your life.  All of the other things can wait for 1 hour.  (ok if you are waiting for your kids to text you to be picked up or if they have something happen at home and you need to go, those are valid things lol! ) Get the most you can out of your hour.  Its the one true time that its all for you and your health and fitness.  All the things will still be there when you are done then you can get to it then.  Put your time and focus into one thing at a time and crush it!  :)

FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the Following:

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Technique Thursday

.......15 min to work on Rowing Technique and strategies for competition (meters vs cals, splits, knowing your redline)

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then...

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10 Rounds each on 90 seconds: (15 min clock)

Snatch Complex

.......1 Power Snatch + 1 Hang Snatch + 1 Overhead Squat

*start around 50%1RM Snatch and try to increase each round

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MWOD:   recovering the shoulders in snatch