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Progression Starting 4/10/23

Stay tuned to our Weekly Update video every Sunday for a preview of the upcoming programming and any changes to our progression!

  • Our next progression will be 9 weeks long. We will focus on the 3 basic Olympic Lifting movements Snatch, Clean and Split Jerk. We want to refine out technique and these lifts!

  • Improving our technique allows us to feel more comfortable and confident when the lifts show up in workouts

  • Also, improving our olympic lifting technique will improve our body awareness and technique with other movements to keep us safer in everyday life!

  • We will be testing our lifts for base numbers at the beginning and retest at the end to see our progress

  • We will use our base numbers through out the 9 weeks doing percentage work

  • We will also be working on bettering our skills with the rings through our Ring Muscle Up Progression!

  • We want to develop our gymnastic strength and body awareness. This will help us not only with muscle ups, but with all of our other fun gymnastics!

  • We will be doing some fun gymnastic skills we don't usually get to do, station work, and gymnastic workouts!

  • Remember just like a lifting progression we want to increase difficulty across the entire 6 weeks so start off with a scale that you can progress up from!

  • There will be many tier levels to meet you at your skill level like we did previously with our Handstand Push Up work!

  • In general

  • On days with lifting or gymnastics skill work, we will keep the workouts around 15 minutes or less to allow for good coaching, warm up and transition times.

  • On days we don't have those, we will be sneaking in the longer workouts!

  • Make sure to come in Saturday mornings for our really long and fun partner workouts!

  • Dates to remember

  • 4/8/23 Sign up for Kickball HERE!

  • Attend the whole week of 4/10/23 and 6/5/23 because we will be testing our all of our lifts both of those weeks!

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