Nothing fancy

by carney on January 15, 2013

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Putting weight overhead has similar benefit to the structural health of your neck, shoulders, and arms, as squatting does for your low back, hips, and legs. There are six fundamental movement patterns that should form the foundation of your training – squat, deadlift, lunge, overhead press, pull-up, and dip. Perform these movements with weight and without weight. At high rep and low rep. Do them individually and in combination. Build the core of your program around these six movements and you’ll have great success in achieving your health and fitness goals.

Workout of the Day
“Isabel”
For time:
30 snatches, 60 kg

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