Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

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Strength

4 Sets:
6-8 Bench Press
100m Front Rack Carry (Ball or Sandbag)
*Rest as needed between sets


Conditioning

AMRAP 10:
12 Toes to Bar
9 Push Ups
200m Run

A word from your coach:

You might track your workouts, but do you track your sleep? Sleep is one of the most under valued aspects that will help your diet and training. Try to get a consistent amount of sleep, and despite what you think, most people aren’t getting nearly enough. Studies show that we need 7-9 hours of sleep for proper performance. The length of sleep is one thing, quality is the next. Unfortunately for monitoring quality is where you will need external devices to help with this. Many fitness monitors will track sleep, some much better than others. Even if its not accurate, at least if its consistent then you will find out what is improving your sleep.

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