How hard would it be for you to increase your "everything" by 5%, or even 1%?  Its easier to understand doing more work when you are in the gym.  And we have talked about the other 23 hours of the day, but that had to do with posture and positioning for the rest of the day.  But havent ever talked about increasing your output for the other 23 hours.  What does this mean?  In simplest terms, here's an example: when walking from point A to point B, do you meander, or do you quickly walk?  If you increased your speed of your walk you would 1) get there fasters allowing you more time to do whatever, 2) you will increase your heart rate even if it is a little bit for the duration of the walk which anytime you do any more work its good for the body, 3) for all of my calorie counting people out there, its just a few more calories diced off.  What if you got up 5 minutes earlier in the morning?  Again, more time to do what you need to do, 5 minutes to relax, breath and focus on your to-do list for the day, which will allow you to be more focus driven for the day, etc.  I could go on and on.  The fact is that we know that if we improve ourselves by 1% each and every day, that over the course of the year, we have improved a TON!  And how hard was it?  Not hard at all.  This isn't even remotely as difficult as doing a diet challenge or cutting something out for Lent or anything.  It's a small incremental step that moves you in the direction of being a better you, not just for the 1 hour of the gym time but for the entire rest of the day (and of course this applies to the 1 hour gym time too!!)!  :)

FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the Following:

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Front Squat (14min)

.......Find a 1RM

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then...

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3 Rounds for time: (16 min limit)

.......75 reps Double Unders (2:1 Singles)

.......25 reps Chest to Bar

.......25 reps Deadlift (185/125, 40%1RM, wt to get 25-30UB)

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MWOD:  working on that front rack