Over the last couple weeks we have set aside a few classes with a large block of time devoted to working on pull-up and handstand progressions. These two movements are particularly challenging because they require a fair amount of strength and coordination. I'll point out that working on these movements when we program them in class will benefit you... but if you want to work your way to a band-less pull-up or a handstand push-up that has a full range of motion you'll want to put in some extra time before/after class. Everyone's got 5-10 minutes to practice pull-ups at the gym and as long as you have a wall you can practice handstand push-ups. The same applies for anything we cover in class. I don't like not being good at things and neither should you. Let's get to work!
A. Every 4 minutes for 20 minutes:
5 back squats
*very heavy, use the same weight across
B. 5 rounds for time:
15 push press (95/65)
rest 60 seconds
Posted by Commish.