Overload Principle

Overload Principle

Ensuring there is no struggle, no challenge and staying in your wheelhouse is a recipe for spinning your wheels without improving. It's the days when you have to do things that scare you, when you have to take risks, when you have to push against challenge and difficulty - those are the days that make you stronger, faster and better overall. Ben Bergeron

22 September

Skill/Strength
EMOM for 6 minutes (3 sets):
Minute 1 - 2 Power Cleans at 90%
Minute 2 - 15 sec Ring Support Hold

GPP2
Three rounds for time of:
30 Kettlebell Swing 55/35
25 Wall-ball Shots, 20/14 pounds
20 Pull-ups

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