GreenStrength Athletes Aug 5-10

We are approaching 2 things here soon

Master Worlds BJJ Comp as well as a Deload for those not competining.

This week will mark our last true week of WORK before our take a few steps back in order to walk all over mother f*****ers in the future.

PSA - want to talk weight cut strategy for worlds or a fight/competition coming up? Contact me today to schedule a consultation and we will get going! I am offering 25% off consultations so act now and save you some money!

3 mandatory days - 2 optional days 

Mandatory - 1 an 2 must be spaced out by 2 days. Mon - thurs, tues - fri... etc. 

Mandatory day 1

A. 10min mobility focuses window. Work!

B. Prowler March (load should be decently heavy but not slow you down and destroy you. For example I would say guys should be 50-90lb added and ladies 30-75lb added. 

You will do 4 series of 6 x 20yds powerful stride March. Rest 60sec between each of the 6. And rest 3min between each of the 4 series. 

C. Bodyweight strength work - 5 rounds

****change a variable in your bw strength work. Example: add load, change grip, tempo, hand placement etc.

•pull ups x3-6. If you don’t have pull ups then barbell plank rows x3-6 strict. Build the strength. 

•push ups x reps. Quality reps and be strict and tight on each one. If your more advanced add a deficit like a few plates etc. 

•bear hug med ball or sandbag step up x6/6 each leg. Strict finish. Squeeze glute. 

D. Dbl kb farmers walk - 1min on - 1min off x3

Mandatory day 2

A. 10min mobility focuses window. Work!

B. Prowler March (load should be decently heavy but not slow you down and destroy you. For example I would say guys should be 50-90lb added and ladies 30-75lb added. 

You will do 3 series of 6 x 20yds powerful stride March. Rest 60sec between each of the 6. And rest 3min between each of the 3 series. 

C. Anaerobic conditioning - complete 5 rounds as fast as possible 

Guys - 53-70lb Bell

Ladies - 36-53lb Bell 

•kb swing x15

•ski erg x100m

•airdyne sprint x15cal

****goal is to do 5 rounds as fast as possible

D. Deadbug home base hold 

3x1min

Mandatory day 3 

•60min long steady state cardio (biking, rowing, walking a good pace outside, etc). If walking outside either walk with intention the entire time or add a light weight vest. Don’t stroll with your love and call it cardio 

Optional day 1 - STRENGTH

A. A. 10min mobility focuses window. Work!

B. Trap bar deadlift - Work sets of 5x2 w/ 80% of heaviest load you’ve reached in last 3 weeks. These doubles are done for SPEED. Rate of force development. Confused? Look up Fred Hatfield CAT Training and learn before you lift. Also read Westside barbell / conjugate system dynamic effort method.

Take 60-90sec rest between each set  

C. Accessory work - 3 rounds 

*****change a variable on each of these as well

•Rope feet elevated plank rows 3x5-8

•crawl x20yds while pushing a plate across turf

•back ext plate behind neck 3x5-8

D. Tgu 2 per side for cool down 

Optional day 2 - CONDITIONING 

A. A. 10min mobility focuses window. Work!

B. Ski or row 30/90

•15 intervals of 30/90. 5 are warming up effort. The rest are hard as heck! Work to maintain hard as heck pace! During rest do a few push ups. Or pick some abs to hit. The point is to actively rest with light Bw exercise

C. Cold tub x10min 

Mandatory EVERYDAY REGARDLESS OF TRAINING

•honor your nutrition 

•get 6k+ in steps each day not counting your gym time or biking etc. this is steps out in life. Your phones have the health app. Start looking. Easy way to achieve this is 1 / 30min walk per day or 2-3 / 10-15min walks per day. 

Obviously park farther away at places, enjoy a stroll wherever possible etc. 

•2-3 times a week get a 10-20min want epsom salt bath. 

•make sure your at least eating 13x your Bw in calories. Anything less.... let’s talk. Anything above 18x Bw. Let’s talk. Confused altogether? Let’s talk. 

Any nutrition questions. First please have a detailed list of what your eating. How much. Etc. without these details I cannot give you an honest real answer. If you lie on your food amount and such then guess what, your gonna fail and it’s entirely your fault. 

*****also look above and schedule a consultation!

If your not eating 80% real food... then before asking questions get to consistently eating 80% real food. I almost think everyone should accomplish a 30 day Whole 30 challenge with zero amount restrictions. Then once accomplished we have a base to actually start doing things.

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Weak Patterns? | Mindful Practice Is Needed!

Here is a great post on www.strengthsenei.com – Click to read entire article

I wanted to post a few lines from this article as I feel it answers a ton of questions. I know for fact many of my guys are going to really understand why I always talk about being mindful during training, and the major differences between what I/We/#Greenstrength and others constantly preach. Again, we do the same exercises, same correctives, same food choices as everyone else blah blah – the difference is we mindfully encourage you to search for the ‘perfect practice’ as mentioned below. So enjoy and let these lines sink in and you’ll understand one of the many #Greenstrength differences from the rest of the modern fitness world.

“Just for a second, let’s say your athlete presents with postural imbalances. His right shoulder is low, his pelvis is rotated and his left knee buckles in.

Considering that an individual’s postural response is involuntary, in that context, performing corrective exercises means compensation will be a component of every repetition.

Performing a corrective exercise incorrectly does not make much sense. As they say, practice does not make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect.

Proprioception is derived from the muscle’s capacity to inform the nervous system where a limb is at all times. When muscles are shortened and some are lengthened as a result of these postural imbalances, the sensitivity of the muscle receptors decreases. This results in a loss of feedback for where the limbs are positioned. This is what a reduction in proprioception comes down to.

Less proprioception = less sensation = less performance! It’s very difficult to control and move what you don’t feel.”

Be Mindful in your practice and movement! 

Lucius C. Tirey IV