In the world of coaching, you would think that there are some out there that are true masterminds.  You see all the big names.  You know who everyone follows.  But what makes them a good coach?  The most important thing is that they care about you.  This can be misunderstood if it isn't all sunshine and roses when the coach gives the athlete or client their coaching.  it's not about being nice.  Its about saying the right things to that individual person.  It about being able to get the most out of that person.  Sometimes the right things are harsh, sometimes it's soft, sometimes it's consoling, sometimes nonsense.  Then there are times where its technique and other times a cue.  These may seem, and even sound, like the same thing but they aren't.  A technique is a way of carrying out a particular task.  A cue is a statement that is used to try to make you move to carry out a technique.  It can be anything but it has to resonate with the athlete/client otherwise it's just a dumb phrase.  For example, telling someone to think about head-butting someone they can't stand during a muscle up is just trying to get someone to put their head through quickly.  But to be able to get your coach to work for you, you have to be able to let them help you.  They are there for you to help you get everything you can out of the workout.  Take what they have for you.  And use it!!:)

FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO WARM UP X 2

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Double Tabata (8 min)

.......KB Swing (70/53# wt to get 20 UB)

.......KB Push Press (same wt as above)

*Rd1) :20 kb swing, :10 REST, :20 kb push press LEFT hand, :10 REST

*Rd2) :20 kb swing, :10 REST, :20 kb push press RIGHT hand, :10 REST

** Score: total swings/total push press

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20 min AMRAP:

.......100m Run

.......1 rep Clean and Jerk (any clean and shoulder to overhead)

*start at 65%1RM and if your 1RM is over 200# then increase each round by 10#, if below then go up 5# each round.  If the weights aren't avail then hit the same wt two rounds in a row then double the wt for the next jump.  You have 3 attempts at the weight before you have to run again, then hit the same weight.

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MWOD:   mash triceps, roll out lats, banded internal rotation of shoulder