Dont mind the picture, just an amateur finally deciding the negotiate the creative abyss that is Photoshop.
What you may or may not see is that Balboans have a new favorite past time; so if yesterday was about warming up (all be it a brief window into theory) today is about stretching. Yes, Stretching that thing we actively do prior to working out, we probably want to do statically post workout. Not only is it essential to help increase flexibility but also for those of you who are trying to crush yourself on a daily basis; finding yourself in a pool of sweat and self pity post “time calling”, it is also an important time to slow, cool down your central nervous system. We only have an hour a day to make your lives better, well unless you are Dino, so understand that we try to fit as much as we can into that said hour, giving us very little time for post wod cooldowns, but that does not mean you should not be doing them. If you do not know what to do, ask one of the coaches.
Here is an interesting little article. check out the rest if you want. TABATA Protocol
“What if I told you that you could get all the fat burning benefits of an hour long cardio session in just 4 minutes? What’s the downside? You have to exercise harder and more intensely than you ever have before. Still with me? Then I’d like to introduce you to the Tabata protocol.
The Tabata protocol is named after Izumi Tabata, a former researcher at the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Japan. Tabata evaluated a high intensity interval training routine developed by the coach of the Japanese speed skating team. The routine involves maximal effort sprinting for 20 seconds followed by 10 seconds of rest. This is repeated for 6-8 sets for a total of 4 minutes.”
Incline Push Ups
Planked Knee CrossOver
Push Press (65,45)