Be Rewarded

IMG_1287 Dietrich with a false grip.

Earlier this week I talked about the importance of your nutrition as it pertains to your success in the gym. We've also talked about how intensity is the single most important variable when in comes to favorable adaptations. However, intensity is a term relative to your previous capacities.  So, the more often you are able to increase your intensity the more often you will increase your ever increasing capacity.  How do you do that?  Be consistent.

Eating good one day and not the other will not be the most efficient way to better performance outcomes.  Pushing the intensity one day a week then sitting at a desk the rest of the week will not be the most efficient way either.   Be consistent and you will be rewarded.

- Coach D

3 rounds for time of:
100 meters Weighted lunges
4 Rope climbs