Warm-up - (slowly)

10 inchworm halos 25/35

Workout: (for time)

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 reps per set of:

dead monster complexes 65/95
Perform an 800m run before 1st Monster Complex, between the 10s and after the workout. 

Post time of workout (incl runs) to comments.


Daily Extras -

Repeat portion of complex from 10 down to 1 before completing the cool down. Include this with your time.


Workout Notes: 

  1. You HAVE to keep your back straight (neutral spine) throughout these movements. Be careful, sometimes, as you get tired, you'll lose form and let some slop creep in. NO SLOP! You may pay dearly for it!

  2. If you have to go down in weight use DBs and do a step back instead of a roll out. Bars with little 10s on the ends will taco. No bueno! 

  3. During the pyramid - go hard (if you are ready) vets! 

  4. Remember, don't do 10 full complexes for the multiples. Do the multiples by performing reps of each individual movement before moving to the next movement. See vid for demo.


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She’s licensed! Exciting times ahead!

We’ve been listening to Steve Rinella’s book “Meat Eater.” It’s amazing. It’s not what you think. It’s not about some power hungry hunter type with all of the advantages of modern hunting running around killing stuff. This book has a soul. It’s mostly hunting stories wrapped into positive and introspective life lessons. This book really made me stop and think.

His words have inspired Linds & I, so we are going to start hunting, butchering and cooking our OWN meat. I have a lot of reasons for this. One reason, I really like the idea of eating organically. Another reason, I really like the idea of getting outside and using my fitness in more natural ways. Also, I think hunting gives an animal more dignity. Think about it, right up until the very second the animal I harvest leaves this life, it will be wild and free. NOT pumped full of antibiotics and steroids while standing knee deep in it’s own feces within the confines of a cage.

I hunted A LOT as a kid. I am forever grateful for the skills and confidence these experiences brought to me. I am also grateful for the family experiences and bonding which came about because of these hunting and fishing trips. I am excited to re-learn the skills I once knew and to pass them on to my own family. Am excited to share these experiences with you!

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