Sarah’s shirt “Big Snatch” – “But I’m Still a Lady”
Olympic Weightlifting Warm Up: Power Snatch + Overhead Squat 15 reps (complete 1 power snatch to get the weight overhead, then perform one overhead squat. Set the weight down and start again). Use a light to moderate weight. Take your time.
Workout: 6 rounds.
Rest 1 minute
Post times to comments. (Compare to 400m repeat times. . . Check your 400m repeat times and try and maintain the same or better pace for these efforts -the 200s should take half the time as the 400s- There is less total distance here, but there is also less rest after each effort. Sprint hard, and try and maintain consistent numbers for each effort.)
“One of the biggest problems I see with people and their workouts is that they donâ€™t actually have a tangible goal. They want to workout X number of times per week for Y number of minutes. But what does that mean? Does that mean walking on a treadmill? Or doing an hour of various weightlifting exercises (and which ones at what intensity)? Cardio-kickboxing? Beating on a punching bag? Running 15 miles?
Or they have goals like running a half-marathon in under 2 hours or squatting their bodyweight. But they have no plan to get there. Their efforts are haphazard and completely random. Unfortunately, without a set of goals and a plan to reach those goals, you never know where youâ€™re going to end up. Youâ€™ll likely float from one thing to the next, never making any major progress because you never planned.
Itâ€™s time to set some goals and create a plan to reach them. . .”
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