Post Open Feels

Now that the 2020 Open has come to end we can get back to normal training weeks.  This is a great time to take a look at your workout performances and see how you may want to attack your training going forward.

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Did you enjoy the test and community of the Open and learning more about your yourself?
  2. What were your best and worst workouts?
  3. What made those the best and worst?  Was it a specific strength, skill, or conditioning?
  4. How do you plan to attack your weaknesses to improve overall fitness going forward?
  5. Is there a movement you want to be able to perform or perform better for the next Open?

Even if you’re not super-competitive, it is fun to know that you were able to do more each year of the Open.  Maybe next year you can do double unders for the first time or complete a workout with toes-to-bar or handle the heavier barbells.  Testing and re-testing movements and workouts is how we track fitness.  Measurable results.

Whatever you may want to achieve, now is the time to set that goal, make a plan, and start working towards it.  Fitness doesn’t improve overnight!  If you need help setting that goal and plan, that’s what our coaches are here for.  Reach out to setup a time to meet and we can give you some options.

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Jake working through muscle ups during Open 20.5 workout.


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