Thursday, July 28

PARKING NOTICE: We need to make sure we leave spots available for the business next door (Cochrane). Please don't park directly in front of their offices (on the building side). We know it gets pretty crowded in the lot at night, so please try to park as close as possible to the car next to you so we can fit as many cars as possible in the lot.


It's been hot this summer and we need to make sure we are staying hydrated. How much water do you need? What happens if you don't get enough, or if you drink too much? Check out the TED video below on how the human body needs and uses water. There are some recommendations on how much you need to drink each day too.

Remember, how much water you need is based on your body and activity levels. I like to start with half your body weight in ounces and add more water if you are sweating a lot during the day or during you workout.

Symptoms of dehydration

Symptoms of Hyponatremia (Hyponatremia is a condition that occurs when the level of sodium in your blood is abnormally low. Sodium is an electrolyte, and it helps regulate the amount of water that's in and around your cells. This condition can be caused by drinking too much water, often times associated with extreme athletic endeavors.)

Workout for Thursday, July 28 Rowing Intervals - 4 Rounds Row 250m Max Effort, Rest 1 min

Hip Mobility

26 min EMOTM Odd: 11 Unbroken Wall Balls (20 to 10', 14 to 10') Even: 1 Squat Clean (135/95) + 5 Bar Hop Burpees