All of us could write an on-going list of excuses. ALL. OF. US.
"I'm too tired, I worked all day and I was busy I didn't even get a chance to sit down"
Oh, Sally worked 10 hours today on her feet and she was at the 5:30pm class.
"I didn't get any sleep, my 5 month old was up all night" I know how that is and all the other moms I see in the gym with their under 12 month olds, still working out sleep deprived and all.
It's all about priorities!
WEIGHTLIFTING SEMINAR COMING UP!!! Click on the link below to get signed up!
Friday, June 22nd, 2018
Jared Enderton, a native of Graettinger, Iowa is a nationally ranked weightlifter, crossfitter, and GRID Athlete for the Baltimore Anthem. He has trained at numerous locations, including: California Strength, Average Broz, Mash Elite, and the Olympic Training Center. As a high school wrestler in Iowa, he won a State Title and also earned All-American honors. After high school, Jared competed in Strongman and Powerlifting competitions for 3 years before picking up Olympic Weightlifting in 2010. Most recently, he competed in the 2016 Crossfit Games Regionals.Jared is the Head Strength Coach for the TeamUSA Sprint Cycling Team at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO. Jared has also been coaching CrossFit since 2010 at various locations. Jared also travels around the country teaching Enderton Strength Seminars, focusing on tying in Weightlifting with CrossFit.Jared completed his undergraduate studies with honors at the University of Northern Iowa. Jared’s certifications include: Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science, American Council on Exercise, ACE-Fitness Nutrition Specialist, CrossFit Level 1, International Kettlebell & Fitness Federation, and USA Weightlifting Sports Performance.
200 Meter Run
16/12 Calorie Row
12 Chest to Bar Pull-Ups
8 Alternating Dumbbell Snatches (70/50)(50/35)(35/20)
5:30PM CrossFit Weightlifting Class
1 min to complete -
10/5 Calories Assault Bike -max reps of squat snatches in remaining time 95/65
1 min of recovery pace air squats
1 min rest