Week In Preview, April 19th, 2020

“The human body is an incredible machine, but most people only get out of that machine what their mind allows them to.”
Rich Froning

Supplement Spotlight

Puori C3

“Protect Yo’self  Before You Wreck Yo’self” 

Recovery is one of the few things that YOU have complete control of. If you train hard, you must recover hard. Stretching and resting are great tools in our pursuit of recovery, but only a piece of the recovery puzzle. Supplements like Vitamin C have long been known to play roles in blunting our body’s negative response to exercise. Vitamin C also plays additional roles in the prevention of oxidative stress from free radicals. Puori’s C3 not only contains Vitamin C, but hosts a few other helpful ingredients. C3 contains added Zinc that increases immune cell movement and function. In many cases, a Zinc deficiency can lead to the sluggish mobilization of immune cells. Supplementation with C3’s potent blend of minerals and Vitamin C can speed your recovery times from hard workouts, and can help to fight your body’s next battle.Now more than ever, is a great time to invest in your immune health by starting with C3.

If you’d like some C3 or anything else from our shelves, shoot us an email to schedule a time to come by!

 


Weekly WODs:

Listed below are a description of our CFK Go programming workouts for the week. If you’ve been following our CFK power programming, those workouts will be released daily on our Youtube channel playlist. Click here to view our CFK Power program playlist, and make sure to subscribe to our channel and turn notifications on so you get new content immediately!

Both CFK Power and CFK Go (descriptions below) can be adapted to whatever equipment you have available at home.

 

Monday – Squat Day Accessory Work

It’s all about the glutes today. We have a strength session that involves static glute bridge holds as well as horizontal pressing. Our conditioning today consists of two short AMRAPs that prioritize explosive movement. In our workout, we have dumbbell hang snatches, jump squats, and push press. Our finisher will incorporate a few unilateral glute exercises as well as more static holds.

 

Tuesday – Classic Cardio

Our workout today starts with 15 minute monostructural segment followed by a repeated descending ladder of  devil’s presses and front squats. We encourage you to pick a cardio option for the 15 minute segment that you DON’T enjoy. If you are a bike lover, then let’s run today! We get better outside our comfort zone.

 

Wednesday – Midline Madness

Our strength session today will carve out a few more valleys in your abs. Our conditioning workout today is a triple 8 minute EMOM that focuses multiple hinging patterns. The movements in today’s workout range from hollow holds to burpees. Grab a buddy and let’s smash this one!

 

Thursday –  Terrible Two’s

Want to find out how long two minutes really is? Show up to one of our zoom classes and find out. Our workout today will be performed on a 10 minute running clock, and involves performing certain movements for two minute intervals. We’ll finish it off with a push-up and plank EMOM in preparation for this year’s Murph WOD.

 

Friday – Triple AMRAP

You know things are about to get spicy when you see a shorter duration AMRAP. We have three short AMRAPs separated by even shorter rest intervals in today’s workout. We’ll be cycling dumbbell hang cleans and blasting through up-downs for 15 minutes.

Saturday – Captain Quads

Is swoll the goal? If so, we won’t let you down in this weekend workout. During our strength session we will crush intense running intervals, and add front squats for fun. Our conditioning piece is an alternating leg day EMOM of  dumbbell swings and goblet squats.

 

Sunday – Slow Roast

We have a long workout planned for the end of the week. We’ll be performing longer interval runs, sumo deadlifts, alternating hang snatches, and double unders. Our goal today is to pick a pace, and stay consistent for 25 minutes. Get ready for a long slow burn!

 

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