Tuesday, April 26

We had the pleasure of hosting and attending the Will Chung seminar over the weekend and I wanted to share a little bit about our experience with you all. Will has a unique system for approaching all human movement. Whether you are running, lifting weights, practicing martial arts or just sitting in a chair, he can help you do it better. His triple-chain theory connects the body and help us move better by getting everything to work together.

I am definitely not qualified to explain everything he taught us here. I'm still trying to work some of it out and understand it myself. But with practice I think we can make significant progress in how we move and how we FEEL when when we move.

I can say that more than a few of us saw immediate changes in pain levels and range of motion with very small tweaks and we are excited to pass this stuff along to you.

We are going to start implementing some of the drills we learned immediately. Working on stability, activation and compression we should see improvement in how our joints and muscles work.

There is no magic pill to fix poor movement, but there are ways to fix it. Guess what? It takes work. We are going to hit some of these drills a lot to see those improvements and move better. Be patient, and put in the work with us. Pay attention to how things feel before and after, but don't get discouraged if you don't see immediate changes. These things take time, and we will get there.

Like I said, I can't explain it all, but we should all be learning as we go forward. If you have questions about what we are doing, please ask. And please let us know if you notice and changes in how you feel and move.

Workout for Tuesday, April 26 Every 2:30 for 6 Rounds 5 Overhead Squats *Work From Floor, Build Up with Good Sets*

Death By Clean and Jerk (135/95) Start with 3 Clean and Jerks the First Minute. Add 1 rep each minute. Max of 8 rounds If you fail before round 8, continue as Max Reps EMOTM