There seem to be three kinds of people who walk into our gym for the first time: one – those who have a current knee injury, two – those who have had previous knee injuries, three – those who are paranoid about sustaining a knee injury. Regardless of which kind of person you are, you are going to squat… and it is not because we have one size fits all program. It is because I have yet to work with a single person who has not benefitted from developing their ability to squat. Regardless of previous history (including knee replacements!) athletes at our gym have worked on squatting- along with many varieties of modified and developmental versions of squats- and have overcome their past and current issues. Every day people walk out of the Hut stronger because of their improvement in the squat.
Read Ford’s story on our testimonial page and find out a little about his history and how this work helped him out. Do YOU have something to write about for our testimonials page? Let me know if you are willing to tell some of your story. It could have a big impact on someone- so I encourage you to share!
Thursday’s WOD at 6, 7, 9am and again at 4 and 6pm. Midday open training hour at noon. Olympic lifting session at 5pm.
Every third minute, for ten rounds, complete:
Back squat, 3 reps (75-80% of 1RM)
5 rope pull ups
Max rep push ups until the 1 minute mark
Post load, scaling and total number of push ups to chalkboard/journals