GO DOWN FIGHTING
Tuesday’s workout was relatively simple and straight forward: Tabata Fight Gone Bad. After a few day of heavy squatting though, class took their time warming up.
Warm Up #1:
2x 10 Squats, 5 Alt-T Push-Ups, Inch Worm 1/2 Ct,
10 Jump Squats, 5 Dive Bomber Push-Ups, Crab Walk 1/2 Ct,
10 Sit-Ups, 5 Supermans/Hyper Extensions
Warm Up #2: Towel Reaction Drill
A little different, and hopefully, a little bit of fun, but not without purpose. The constant movement of course helps to warm up the body while opening up joints, but it also helps get the CNS revved up by requiring constant reaction and response.
Tabata Fight Gone Bad
5 exercises. 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off. 8 rounds per exercise. 24 total minutes to complete the workout. Sounds like a recipe for fun to me!
Everyone was given 1 minute of rest between exercises, in order to rotate, call out their scores, and gasp for some more air.
For this iteration, scores were recorded as total number of reps, rather than lowest per exercise the goal was all out work.
(spreadsheet to be posted a little later)
Nice work everyone – I think the debate’s still on as to which version is better/worse: Fight Gone Bad or Tabata Fight Gone Bad.
It was great to have Peter and Doron back in class, especially as their new addition:
Also, if you didn’t get a chance to check the blog yesterday, I highly recommend you go back and read Tom’s post entitled “Standards, Progress and “No Rep”!“. See you all on Thursday.