I hear it all the time in the fire realm, "oh, I'll be able tomake that big rescue /save when it happens because that's just the kind of person I am!!".  Then they go back to the elliptical machine.  How can your body be ready to push to maximum extremes if it isn't trained to do that?  The answer is, it cant!  It is a total joke to think you will be physically ready to do something that you haven't prepared your self to do.  The same thing applies to the workouts we do here in the gym.  If you are one of those types that wants to be competing in all the events out there, you have to be ready for them.  This does not mean that you have to know the events so you can train to the events.  It honestly doesn't really matter.  But there is a level of push that we become accustom to.  If you don't bury yourself each time you workout, then when you have to push hard in a competition, you just will not have the juice to get to the next level.  If your body is used to the pressure of not stopping in between movements, or really limiting the rest time then when you get into those situations when you need to keep going, you have the ability to do so.  You need to have the ability to lay it on the line regularly, then this becomes the norm.  Imagine the things you could accomplish if you ran like this each and every day!!!!  (ps, make sure you get needed rest when you push this hard!)

On August 3rd, we will be hosting a presentation by Dr. Steve Tullius of Tullius Chiropractic.  He will be host a free discussion about Chiropractic and Wellness and an Active Lifestyle.  It will be an amazing presentation so please come and enjoy the info!  Spread the word! Its for everyone, not just members!!


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INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the following:

100 reps Ring Dips for time
*Sub with Bar Dips.


3 rounds for time of:

15 reps Clean and Jerks (135#, 95#)
15 reps Burpees

Post times for both to comments:

Ring Dips (CFJ Preview) [wmv][mov] ยป Sept 15 09