3 Rounds for time of:
15 Kettlebell Swings, heavy
3 Rounds for time of:
15 Overhead Squats, 95/65
15 Hang Power Cleans, 95/65
Post time and Rx to comments.
It’s late in the afternoon on a day in mid September. I’m at work when I get a call from my sister Amanda, from whom I never know what to expect. – “Chuckee, I’m going to be in Lima to judge a youth entrepreneur contest. Meet me there next week! We can go to Machu Picchu!” Yeah, just like that, totally random and so cool. As fate would have it, my vacation lined up perfectly with her gig and I had no real plans. A week later, I’m in Mexico City, Lima, Cuzco and finally in the Andes visiting the lost Incan city, Machu Picchu. While it wasn’t exactly on my bucket list, the historical relevance, breathtaking views, tough hiking and delicious food (Strawberry spiced alpaca/llama!) made this one of my favorite trips ever. It would be so fun to tackle something as challenging as this outside of the box with SBKers! – Charmel R
See a few more pics in the SBK Flickr
Sign up today for Gymnstics with Ken
Join guest Gymnastics Coach Ken H. as he takes you through 6 weeks of gymnastics strength training. This 1.5 hour long class will incorporate different facets of body weight strength training and movement. Specifically, each class will be composed of 3 to 4 distinct areas, warm-up and active mobility, rings skill work (muscle ups, levers etc), body weight strength conditioning, balance (on hands and feet) and flexibility. Students will be asked to have a goal or intention to focus on for the next 4 weeks. Students can then focus on that goal outside of class.
Saturdays from 2:00pm – 3:30pm
11/9, 11/16, 11/23, 12/7, 12/14, and 12/21
*please note that class skips 11/30
$120 for 6 Weeks
Ken Haller’s Bio
Ken was a nationally competitive gymnast in Newton, MA and at the University of Michigan. After graduating, Ken coached for eight years at Capital Gymnastics in Northern Virginia where he coached regional and national champions. His students have gone on to be NCAA champions and members of Cirque du Soliel. In searching for an activity to replace gymnastics, Ken filled the void with rock climbing and yoga for the past ten years and recently found CrossFit to round out his training.