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WOD for Wednesday 022311 – Click Here For Today’s Schedule
Take 20 minutes to work on L-Sits and L-Sit Progressions
Progression video here
4 Rounds For Time:
3 Rounds of 5 Pullups/10 Pushups/15 Air Squats
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For the skill segment, practice your L-Sits!
For the Metcon, Row 500m, then perform 3 Rounds of “Cindy” for EACH round. Scale movements as necessary.
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Tucker on L-Sits:
“L-sit’s should be simply parallel to the ground or apparatus you are performing on as a base standard. If we look at an L-sit from the side and wish to raise the bar and require more strength and control then try to measure it from a view of 90 degree plane. The abdominal wall combined with the top of the quad going out to the toe point would be the actual degree plane. Press down on those rings or p-bars. Look out on the horizon, not down at your toes. Keep that shoulder girdle active and tight. Make sure your legs are straight. These are a few things to work toward on your L-sit. Over time you can ramp up the holds themselves and become stronger in this basic isometric hold. Work on solid 5 to 10 second holds and ramp up the sets for your skill days. Once you get stronger in this move we can begin to ramp you up to V-sits.”