*Wall jump = pick a spot on the wall a couple feet higher than your full extended reach and leap to that spot
Today’s conditioning GODSWOD is named after the king of the brocean himself, Broseidon. With a mighty trident in hand, Broseidon ruled over the vast oceans with a swole, iron fist, ensuring that all mermaids were always satisfied. He also frequently caused underwater earthquakes after eating bulking meals.
For those of you who never attended gym cotillion, here’s some tips on proper gym etiquette from Tatro, himself:
Brothers (and sisters) of swole, here’s how I work up to my 3 rep max:
1×3 @ 135#, 185#, 205#, 225#, 245#, 265#
Take 3-4 minutes rest between heavy sets.
Strict Press(do it with an olympic barbell like a normal person)- 5 sets of 5 @ ~80% 1RM
Choose a fairly heavy weight that you know you can hit all 5 sets of 5 reps on.
As much as possible, isolate this movement to your upper body. This is NOT a push press; don’t use your legs.
Conditioning aka GODSWOD- “Apollo”
5 rounds- 8 deadlifts (225#), 20 reverse crunch, 10 dumbbell snatch (5 each hand, alternate each rep), 15 bodyweight squats
Prescribed rest (b/t rounds): 60-90 seconds
Choose weights appropriate to your strength level. Focus on maintaining form throughout the circuit; do NOT choose a weight that will take you to absolute failure esp. on the deadlifts.
Post weights and times of “Apollo” to comments.
Today’s workout is named for the Mount Olympus dwellingApollo(yeah if you clicked that picture, I know what you’re thinking), also referred to as Helios. A prophetic deity of the Delphic Oracle (I know, right?), Apollo was the sun-god and the god of light. However, he was also capable of dark acts, notably as a bringer of ill-health and deadly plague. Tom Hanks starred as Apollo in the timeless classic, Big.
I saw this mecca last night while walking around downtown Chicago. Not sure how I’d never heard of it, but I am always down to do healthy healthier IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.