FITNESS & PERFORMANCE
A. 4 rounds:
3 vertical jumps w/ 1s pause in dip
3 vertical jumps – no pause
3 jumping squats w/ 1s pause in bottom of squat
3 jumping squats
-Rest as needed
-By pausing in the dip and in the bottom of the squat, we’re manipulating the ability to use the stretch shortening cycle to facilitate jumping.
-Actually try to jump high on each of these, or else doing this is a waste of your time.
B. Increasing on the minute until failure for 20 total minutes:
1st: 2 DB box overs to 24”/20” (50/hand – 35/hand)
2nd: 4 assault bike/row calories
3rd: 4 DB box overs to 24”/20” (50/hand – 35/hand)
4th: 6 assault bike/row calories
*When you fail, go back to the first minute.
-Get as high as you can in the ladder – when you fail to complete the work in the allotted minute, start over at the first minute (no minute off this week).
-Everyone will be working for 20 total minutes.
-Box overs go up by two, assault bike/row calories go up by two – alternate minutes in terms of where you’re working.
Record the highest minute that you completed and record total splits in training notes.
Also, you should take a fast class:
@brattrains explains the origins of the FAST program – "I started off by coaching the kids group, noticing that people were tight, or had injuries, stress fractures, tightness in their hips – all the things that people thought that just needed to be stretched. – It's turned into finding out – by putting them through different movements and different workouts – and doing it at a higher heart rate to get people to expose their deficiencies and actually work on improving them. – So, by breaking movements down to the basics – when you put them back together, they're able to perform better." – If you haven't yet, come try a FAST class this Saturday at SLSC at 11am. Shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you're coming.