Ramon Deadlifting over 400 for reps of three (no this was not his last set either).
5, 5, 5, 5, 5
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Mini Metcon after.
Practicing balance and coordination transfers over to less falls.
“The researchers found:
â€¢ None of the trained participants fell on the slippery floor and seven of the eight never lost balance.
â€¢ The control group’s performance on the slippery floor revealed their lack of training. Their performance was akin to the trained group’s first training slip on the platform . . .”
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And since everyone keeps complaining about being sick. . . here is a great article from The IF Life on how to beat the flu for less than $4 a day.
Event (in case you missed yesterday’s comments): 22nd annual Willie Davenport Olympian Track and Field Clinic at James Logan High
“Two dozen Olympic track and field athletes and coaches will provide instruction in every event Saturday, Feb 7 at the 22nd annual Willie Davenport Olympian Track and Field Clinic at James Logan High.
The event, which is open to individuals and teams of all levels, will feature special guests Billy Mills, the 1964 Olympic gold medalist in the 10,000 meters, Stephanie Brown, gold-medal winner in the discus at the Beijing Olympics last summer, and Pittsburg native Eddie Hart, 4×100 relay gold medalist in 1972.
Registration is from 8-9 a.m. Saturday, with the clinic running from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunch is included in the price. Fee is $25 for individuals, $10 for youths 12 and under, $350 for teams, and $500 for teams of 30 or more.”
Online registration is available at www.logantrackandfield.com.