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“Flight or Flight”

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20:00 of:

20 Wall Balls, 20#/14#

20 Hang Power Snatches, 95#/65#

20 Box Jumps, 24″/20″

20 Front Squats, 95#/65#

20/15 Cal Row


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Jake building the motor. 

Why Is Friday Not Like Monday?

Here we are with the start of another week. If you’ve been training with us for even a little while, you know Mondays are by far our busiest day at the gym. Almost all workouts are packed and the vibe is awesome! Everyone is starting the week on the right foot and getting after it. But something happens after Monday. As the week goes on each day attendance steadily drops. Looking at the average numbers for the year, we see 28% less people on Friday as compared to Monday. What gives?

Though that 28% may seem kind of big, the overall attendance numbers are still really high, even on Fridays, which shows that many of you are really consistent with your training. But within that 28% we find some room for increasing consistency. 

2020 is right around the corner and it’s a great time to re-asses some current goals and come up with some new ones. If you’re one of those folks who starts out strong in the beginning of the week but fades as the week goes on, commit to making a change. Commit to adding a Thursday and/or Friday to your training schedule and stick to it. You might find that getting that end of the week workout in is a game changer for you!

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