This weeks workout is for a select personal client of mine who is working on improving their work capacity and overall strength and agility. This client has a long history with our gym and is already a very conditioned athlete.
One of my favorite tools to use is the clock. It does not lie and when repeating a workout for the umpteenth time it is a mental battle as well as a physical battle.
Warm Up includes unilateral movements as well as core and upper body
The next effort is from our ski fitness programming and demands the athlete to perform multiple body weight loads of eccentric movements with a short rest in between each round. Cut back on the rounds of you are new to these.
Borrowing from another gyms program I made up an alternative gym based short distance “triathlon”
that includes running, biking and rowing. The set durations will be held as the standard for this client to perform each time they do the “Wright Tri.” This is both a work capacity effort and a muscle endurance effort for time and is to be completed at maximal effort for time. Give it a tri!
After a short recovery period of roughly 3-5 minutes perform this core circuit that includes both flexion, extension, and static moments.
Finish with a cool down of durability and mobility exercise.
See the entire 1 hour session below.