What happens when you have a bad day of training?  You can go one of two ways: 1) Get all pissed about it, pout, be bummed, think about how much you didn't do what you needed to do, think about how it was a waste, etc. or 2) Realize that you will have ups and downs in your training days, take it in stride, know that you will have tomorrow, give yourself a break, give everything you have and then know that if you gave your all that day then that's all you can do and move onto the next day.  As hard as it is to pick #2, you need to do it.  Yes, you want to be "on" all the time, but there will always be things that creep into your workouts.  Let those things happen here in the training room so that it doesn't happen when you need to really hit it!  Don't give in to thinking bad thoughts.  Positive thinking is something that can push us through those flat spots in our training.  Keep positive!  See yourself doing the lifts and the movements you want to do!  Don't let yourself panic if you start to move the weight and feels heavy.  Tell yourself to "MOVE IT!!"  You tell your body what to do!  So cheer up and lets see what tomorrow will bring!!


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"The Regional Chipper"

INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the following:


"The Chipper" (20 min time limit)

20 Cal Row

30 reps Regional Burpees

40 reps Dumbbell Ground to Overhead (50#, 35#)

50 reps Toes to Bar

100 ft Walking Weighted Lunges (45#, 25#)

150 ft Sprint

*the lunges and the sprints are on a 50' stretch




Front Squat


*Go heavy and explode out of the bottom!!!!


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