Reminder……

Crew,
Just a friendly reminder re: session times and punctuality…
I do understand, as stated previously, that from time to time everybody runs late.. Sleep ins, traffic, work, kids, life, etc. Shit happens sometimes, thats cool.
But if you are consistently rolling in to classes 2, 3, 4 mins late, missing workout briefs, half of warm ups and so on, I will ask that you please make a conscious effort to be here on time! We are pretty cruisy here but it does get frustrating and shows a lack of respect for the effort that goes in to the program if you roll up late most sessions, talk throughout or don’t pay attention to the workout brief and/or miss warm ups and do your own thing.
Thanks in advance,
Matty

Warm ups and skill work

Here are a few vids of some world class weightlifters, one spending time on positional work for the Jerk (funnily enough, with no weight at all) and one warming up for some for lifts in the training hall, I’d assume the week leading into competition.
In the first vid, the young lady has NO WEIGHT!… even elite weightlifters practice and warm up for an extended period with NO WEIGHT!
The second vid shows Om Yun Chol, a guy that Clean and Jerks 3 times his own bodyweight, warming up for an extended period with an empty barbell.. He loosens and warms his joints with it, dials in speed and practices getting into solid positions ready for heavy weights. Being the week of competition, even after all of the training he’s put in, he still use the barbell alone to warm up and get his brain and body working together to get him into solid starting and receiving positions and to move fast!

Don’t be too quick to add weight to your lifts or max out just for the sake of it. There is so much merit in taking your time to warm up or spending a few weeks or months at lower weights, working on position and speed. You’ll be a much better lifter for it in the long run.
When the time comes in the program, test yourself, go hard and lift heavy!
But don’t expect good results if you’re not willing to spend a good amount time putting in work to improve small details of your movements and lifts.

As always, if you’re struggling with something, please ask!
If you’d like more dedicated time spent on something we can organise PT sessions etc or give you some extra work to do before or after class.
See ya’ll at training,
Matty

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQQUEIr5m7A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEEI2K7cAcM

Press/TTB/Run


CrossFit Tenacity – WOD

Warm-up

Warm-up (No Measure)

Warm up as group (15min)

Metcon

Metcon (AMRAP – Reps)

AMRAP in 22min:

200m Run

20 Shoulder to overhead (45/35kg)

20 Toes to bar

Deadlift/Double under/Wall ball

CrossFit Tenacity – WOD

Warm-up

Metcon

Warm-up (No Measure)

General warm up as group (10mins)

Movement specific – Build DL to working weight and warm WB and DU

3 Sets – FAST:

3 DL

10 D/U

6 WB

Rest 1min

Metcon (Time)

7 Rounds:

8 Deadlifts 110/75

40 Double unders

12 Wall balls

Front squat


CrossFit Tenacity – WOD

Warm-up

Warm-up (No Measure)

5 Sets:

2 Inch worms

5 Cobra push ups

8 Mountain climbers (total)

Heels to bum ( up & back )

10 sec HS hold

Front squat

3 x 8 – LIGHT

between sets hit some general dynamic shoulder mobility – arm swings, arm circles, pass throughs etc.

Strength

Front Squat (5 X 3 )

All sets same weight.

The aim, if you are feeling 100% is 90% of last weeks 3RM.

But, if the reps aren’t smooth and fast, you are best served lifiting lighter.

Metcon

Metcon (Time)

5 Rounds:

18 Pull ups

11 HSPU

Snatch


CrossFit Tenacity – WOD

Warm-up

Warm-up (No Measure)

As group – 15mins

Weightlifting

Snatch (7 x 2)

@ 80% of 1RM

E2M

Metcon

1000m Row (Time)

Max Effort 1000m Row

1000m Row (Time)

Max Effort 1000m Row

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    Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat. Practice and train major lifts: Deadlift, clean, squat, presses, C&J, and snatch. Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climb, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds. Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast. Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow. Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense. Regularly learn and play new sports. ~Greg Glassman