Workout of the Day
Work up to a heavy but submaximal single through the 7 work sets. You heaviest reps today should still keep 1-2 reps in reserve. Aim to get about 90-95% of a recent 1RM if you have it. Use spotter for every set. At some of the earlier sets if you want to do a few doubles or triples to warm-up that’s fine but work towards a heavy single in the last 4 sets at least.
If you can perform a push-up, do today’s burpees as strict.
25 Dialed in double unders can take under :20 to complete. Wherever you’re at, take no more then :45 to complete your double unders. Scale the volume accordingly or perform 10-15 attempts every round.
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Support Gus’ Upcoming Show
Did you know all star Front Desker Gus also runs a production company called I am a Slow Tide?! They’re currently in raising funds for their next show and if you want to be a noble person who supports the arts, you should check out their fundraising campaign and then see the show when it comes out! Check out the links below!
About the Play
Two men pursue intimacy while slipping from identity to identity, relationship to relationship, room to room. An acerbic, mind bending fall into the mysterious nature of a “self”.
Jacob Perkins’ “The Gold Room” is i am a slow tide’s follow up production to their critically acclaimed debut of Agnes Borinsky’s “Brief Chronicle, Books 6-8”
- This play is an unflinching look at the fears and anxieties that come up when building intimacy.
- It is a timely examination of the interior self and the self that we present to the world.
- With an expert creative team, we guarantee a brain rattling and visually delicious good time.
Realizing this production, at the level of excellence we demand, requires fiscal support. We are an independent venture and count on the small and large contributions from our community (you!).
To support this production and learn more, check out their Indiegogo
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