Program

50218

By: Gym Jones

FEB

25

Tuesday


Workout:
2x5 Wall Squat
2x10 Squat
2x5 Goblet Squat
2x20m Lunge
3x10 OHS @ 30% 1RM
Then:
5x5 SL Squat @ 20” Box
Then:
3x10 Straight Leg DL @ 65-95#
5x4 SLDL @ 65-95#
Then:
6x TGU @ 10-20# DB +
60sec FLR
Five Rounds


Notes:

SL Squat, Straight Leg DL, TGU, Etc:
A session from the newly posted "Structural Work" program


We have posted a new program entitled "Structural Work". It is available to Full Members. Here is the write up from that program:

Having a high level of fitness isn't just about performance and numbers. The definition of fitness should also include being resilient to injury, being balanced (i.e. lacking imbalances), and being healthy.

There are times during a training progression where a shift in focus is necessary. Rather than focusing on heavy lifting or output it may become important to focus on regaining balance, healing, and working on structural alignment. This program is meant to help achieve those goals.

This program could be done during a period of time when a person is injured (i.e. sore back, etc) and needs to work on getting healthy. It could be done during a sport season to maintain gym fitness that was built up during the offseason. It could be done as a recovery phase after a period of heavy lifting.

This program contains three days a week of 'weighted' work. A high emphasis would be placed on form and movement patterns. Each session should be done in a controlled and deliberate fashion.

There are four 'rest' days per week. They do not necessarily need to be rest days. You could also choose to do 60 minutes of cardiovascular activity. I would recommend this especially if one is not involved in a sport.

Finally you could add more work to the program. You could add strict pull-ups, push-ups, or some "breathing" work. Just don't add things randomly. If you add exercises make sure they are in line with your goals.

Program written by Rob "Maximus" MacDonald



Having a high level of fitness isn't just about performance and numbers. The definition of fitness should also include being resilient to injury, being balanced (i.e. lacking imbalances), and being healthy.

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