Benchpress, holds, and carries
WOD “Sweet sunshine”
5 rounds w 1:30 rest between
Row 20/15 cals
10 Burpee over rower
15/10 cal bike
Treat as hard effort
The strength is a flow between 3 movements. Each will be challenging but with plenty of time to get each done. The goal is to really find a flow in breath and movement. Once the 12 minute clock starts be ready to work and go through each movement.
If you are new to any movements we’ll adjust – for the bench, we could move to a floor press with a barbell (great for those working through shoulder rehab), on the holds, feel free to use a PVC to give support, and the carries – go LIGHT if needed. On the carries – focus on the internal obliques and squeeze those pecs together (so the arms are pressed together constantly).
The WOD – Sweet sunshine is to be a hard effort. You’ll begin on the rower and smash through these calories, these should be near 100%, the burpees aggressive and consistent (some will catch their breath here. Finally calories on the bike – shorter than the row so we can go all out.
Big belly breathing – flow, and focus on recovery. Think about your splits and then go again.
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