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July 13, 2018 – Fitness

Fitness

A. Every 90 seconds, for 18 minutes (4 sets): Station 1 – Hanging Med-Ball Hamstring Curls x 10-12 reps @ 2111 Station 2 – Barbell or Ab-Wheel Roll-Outs x 10 reps @ 3010 Station 3 – Supinated-Grip Bent-Over Barbell Row x 6-8 reps @ 2111

B. In teams of four, complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 18 minutes of: 15/10 Calories of Assault Bike (or 200 Meter Run) 20 Walking Lunges with Kettlebells

Each team gets one Assault Bike, and as soon as one partner finishes on the Assault Bike,

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Competition

A. Every 2 minutes, for 6 minutes (3 sets): High Hang Snatch x 3 reps @ 50%

Followed by…

Every 2 minutes, for 6 minutes (3 sets): High Hang Snatch + Hang Snatch @ 60%

Every 2 minutes, for 6 minutes (3 sets): Hang Snatch + Snatch @ 70%

Every 2 minutes, for 6 minutes (3 sets): Snatch High Pull + Snatch @ 80%

B. Four sets of: Tempo Bench Press x 2-3 reps @ 21X1 (try to hit each set at last week’s 3-RM,

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Performance

A. Deadlift *Set 1 – 10 reps @ 50% of 1-RM *Set 2 – 10 reps @ 60% *Set 3 – 10 reps @ 65% *Set 4 – 8 reps @ 70% *Set 5 – 6 reps @ 80% Rest 2-3 minutes between sets.

If you don’t know your current 1-RM you can make an educated guess, or you can use this resource . For full disclosure, I don’t love percentages and tend to adjust them for the athletes I coach based on what I see…but I can’t do that for you all,

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Performance

A. Every 2 minutes, for 12 minutes (2 sets of each): Station 1 – Muscle-Ups with a Pause at Receiving and Pause at Full Extension x 2-5 reps (OR Low Ring Muscle Up Progression + Dip Catch Extension x 3-4 reps) Station 2 – Handstand Walk x 10 meters (use partner assist or Handstand Wall Runs if you don’t have handstand walks yet) Station 3 – L-Sit or L-Sit Progression x 45-60 seconds

B. Three rounds for time of: 30/20 Calories of Rowing 15 Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups 10 Strict Handstand Push-Ups

Compare results to January 9,

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Competition

Swimming Technique and Active Recovery Session Swimming workouts designed by Heidi Fearon A. I. 4 Minutes of Hip Flexor Mobility of Your Choice 4 Minutes of Anterior Shoulder Mobility of Your Choice 4 Minutes of Quad Mobility of Your Choice 4 Minutes of Lat Subscap Mobility of Your Choice

Swimming Technique and Active Recovery Session

Focus on relaxed breathing throughout these mobility drills. If you cannot breathe properly, the stretch is too intense and you need to back off to the place where you can maintain a rhythmic breathing pattern.

Posted 10:36 AM, July 9, 2018, by Associated Press

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Tab Hunter, the blond actor and singer who was a heartthrob for millions of teenagers in the 1950s with such films as “Battle Cry” and “Damn Yankees!” and received new attention decades later when he revealed that he was gay, has died. He was 86.

Producer and spouse Allan Glaser said Hunter died Sunday of a blood clot in his leg that caused cardiac arrest. Glaser called the death was “sudden and unexpected.”

Hunter was a star for several years. In addition to his hit movies, his recording of “Young Love” topped the Billboard pop chart in 1957.

But in his 2005 memoir, “Tab Hunter Confidential: The Making of a Movie Star,” Hunter recounted the stresses of being a love object to millions of young women when he was, in reality, a gay man.

“I believed, wholeheartedly — still do — that a person’s happiness depends on being true to themselves,” he wrote. “The dilemma, of course, that was being true to myself — and I’m talking sexually now — was impossible in 1953.”

Among those stars honoring Hunter on Monday included Harvey Fierstein, who called Hunter a “gay icon” and a “true gentleman,” adding, “We shared some good laughs back in the 80’s. I was always fond of this dear man.”

Born Arthur Andrew Kelm, his screen tab (slang for “name” at the time) was fabricated by Henry Willson, the same talent agent who came up with the names Rock Hudson and Rory Calhoun.

The legend goes that Willson said to the young man: “We’ve got to find something to tab you with. Do you have any hobbies?” His client answered, “I ride horses. Hunters.” Agent: “That’s it! We’ll call you Tab Hunter.”

With no dramatic training, Hunter was cast in a minor role in the 1950 drama, “The Lawless.” The fuss over the young actor began two years later when he appeared bare-chested opposite Linda Darnell in the British-made “Island of Desire.” Soon his handsome face and muscular build appeared on magazine covers. Warner Bros., alert to the increasingly important youth market, signed him to a contract.

Hunter made a flurry of movies in the latter half of the 1950s, aimed at capitalizing on his popularity with young girls. The films included such war dramas as “Battle Cry” (with Van Heflin) and “Lafayette Escadrille” (Clint Eastwood in a small role). He made the Westerns “The Burning Hills” (Natalie Wood) and “They Came to Cordura” (Gary Cooper, Rita Hayworth). And he made romantic comedies like “The Pleasure of His Company” (Fred Astaire, Debbie Reynolds.)

A highlight was the 1958 “Damn Yankees!,” an adaptation of the hit Broadway musical with Gwen Verdon and Ray Walston in their Tony-winning New York roles and the original director, George Abbott, sharing direction with Stanley Donen.

Besides the movies, he displayed his athletic skills — he had been a figure skater as well as horseman — in a TV special, “Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates.”

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