Why We Squat Deep! We’ve been taught that for a rep to count in a workout, we need to break parallel. So this may lead some athletes to believe that they only need to lower themselves the equivalent distance when performing strength training. But as you’re about to find out, squatting to full depth is far more effective—and safe—than squatting to just below parallel: 7 REASONS TO SQUAT ASS-TO-GRASS …Click here to read more “Box Life Magazine”
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Workout of the Day (WOD)
A. Back Squat: 3 sets of 5 worksets. All sets at the same weight. Max reps on 3rd set.
B. 7 minutes as many rounds as possible (AMRAP):
7 Wallball shots 10ft (20/14)
Post load and reps for squat and rounds and reps for AMRAP. Ex: 305#, 8 reps, 11+7 Rx.
And coming tomorrow…
A. Push Press: 5 sets of 3 reps. Workup to a heavy set of 3.
B. 4 Rounds for time:
4 Hang Power Clean (m = 155/115, w = 105/85)
8 Shoulder to overhead (m = 155/115, w = 105/85)
Post load for press and time for WOD. Ex: 215#, 6:10 Rx+.