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  • Why 15" Recovery

THUR: Why 15″ Recovery Intra-Set?

December 12th, 2018|0 Comments

THUR: Why 15″ Recovery Intra-Set?

The reason that we often provide an intra set recovery phase when training the Olympic lifts is that we don’t want grip to be a limiting factor in your development. Load drives adaptation in lifts. All of them. Ultimately, we want to be in a position where we train with as much weight as we can while being safe and productive.

The 15″ is there to give your grip and CNS just enough time to not fail you on reps three and four. That’s it.

This is not to say we don’t value and train grip. I think that’s pretty obvious. It’s merely a representation of the fact that we want to train snatches, not grip strength when we’re isolating the movement in a tier one.

So, challenge yourself with as much weight as you can JUST before your technique starts to break or slow down.

-Dave


Thursday, 12.13.18

First. For Strength
2 Hang Power Snatches
Rest 15”
2 Hang Snatches
10 Hollow Rocks
Complete 1 set every 4′ for 20′

Then, For Conditioning
4 Hell Trots
100m Run/100m Row
(x8 Rounds)

  • Not All Weight Lifting is Weightlifting

WED: Not All Weight Lifting is Weightlifting

December 11th, 2018|0 Comments

WED: Not All Weight Lifting is Weightlifting
When we talk about weightlifting at the gym, we’re not talking about weight lifting. Confusing, I know.

Weight lifting is simply anything done against an outside resistance. A dumbbell curl, a barbell row, heck an a weighted pull-up. It’s effective and rather all encompassing of […]

  • A Greater Focus on Nutrition

TUES: A Greater Focus on Nutrition

December 10th, 2018|0 Comments

TUES: A Greater Focus on Nutrition
Nutrition is a beast we’ve tried to tame for years. Nothing is more important to our health and fitness results, yet nothing elicits less interest in actually doing it properly.

It’s completely understandable. With so many choices of diets, it’s easy to make your head spin.

In […]

  • 6 Week Cycles in 2019

MON: 6 Week Cycles in 2019

December 9th, 2018|0 Comments

MON: 6 Week Cycles in 2019
In case you missed the December podcast, we talked about a few things coming your way in 2019. Largest among them when it comes to the actual fitness is that we’ll be moving to six week long cycles in PSC programming (splitting the difference from […]

  • 12_10

This Week’s Training 12/10 – 12/16

December 9th, 2018|0 Comments

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FRI: PB November Members of the Month

December 6th, 2018|0 Comments

FRI: PB November Members of the Month
THIS SATURDAY: Just a reminder that this Saturday is our Holiday Party, Ugly Sweater version. 3 pm at Maverick’s. 
Kelly Kehm
Kelly has been a member for  a few years now, and we have seen her work hard and stay committed through some very big phases […]

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THU: OB November Members of the Month

December 5th, 2018|0 Comments

THU: OB November Members of the Month
Jillian Barber
Jillian has been crushing it in OB since May and is easily one of the friendliest members of the gym. Her background in yoga and love for the outdoors has given her a truly high level of body awareness and space. Jillian is […]

  • P360 December Podcast

WED: Podcast #34 — What Lies Ahead in 2019

December 4th, 2018|0 Comments

WED: Podcast #34 — What Lies Ahead in 2019
This month on our P360 Podcast we sit down and examine what lies ahead as we approach 2019 with some our next evolution of programming testing, BecomeMore Nutrition, and more.

-The Team

Wednesday, 12.5.18
First. For Structure
Max Push Ups
Rope Pull AFAP + Return Drag
100m Sprint
Complete 4 […]

  • Running - Less is More?

TUES: Running – Less is More?

December 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

TUES: Running – Less is More?
Training for a race of some kind? Let me get right to the point and tell you that, no, you do not need to put your gym membership on hold to train for a half marathon, a marathon, or any race for that matter. Not […]

  • December Programming Prep

MON: December Programming Prep

December 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

MON: December Programming Prep
Absurd to think that 2018 is almost over and we are entering into our last month of fitness for the year. We’ve got a ton of exciting additions coming your way in 2019, but we can’t lose sight of the importance of finishing out 2018 strong and […]

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This Week’s Training 12/3 – 12/9

December 2nd, 2018|0 Comments