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FIELD STRONG: 2014-08-27

Active recovery and some aerobic work is on the menu for today. After an extended warm up and some skill work with the Oly bar, take a walk, ride or swim for 45-60 minutes. Once you are done, don't skip out on the static stretching.

WARM UP:

3 x

Standing Teapot - 10 reps (5 RT/ 5 LT)
Banded Walks – 10 yards
Banded Reverse Walks – 10 yards
Banded Lateral Walks LT – 10 yards
Banded Lateral Walks RT – 10 yards
Charleston – 20 reps (10 RT/ 10 LT)
Banded Reverse Hypers - 10 reps

SKILL WORK:

3 x

Snatch Warm Up 1

We need to make sure we are doing our skill progressions with the Olympic bar, so we can keep the skills we worked so hard for in the last micro-cycle. Think about executing each movement and making it crisp and explosive.

ACTIVE RECOVERY:

Walk/Bike/Row/Swim: 45-60 minutes @ moderate/easy pace

The goal today is to keep the HR around 140 beats per minute. How do I know I am around 140 beats per minute? If was moving at a good pace but still able to hold a conversation.

COOL DOWN:

2-4 x

Active Hamstring Stretch w/ banded assist RT – 60 seconds
Active Hamstring Stretch w/ banded assist LT – 60 seconds
Dancer Stretch – 60 seconds
Banded Support Full Squat – 60 seconds
Vertical Column Side Stretch RT – 60 seconds
Vertical Column Side Stretch LT – 60 seconds
Child's Pose Progression 1 – 60 seconds
Child's Pose Moose Antler - 60 seconds

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Posted in Cycle 6, Field Strong | 2 Comments

2 Responses to FIELD STRONG: 2014-08-27

  1. Walked for 45 minutes.

  2. warm up and skill work as rx’d
    rode 45 min
    cool down as rx’d
    ball tonight, just back from a 4-day camp with the boys, needed a RECOVERY day, gonna hit today’s piece on Friday

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