WOD 10/18/16

1. Myth #12: You should work out every day.

Truth: Definitely not true—hallelujah! When you work out, you’re breaking down muscle fibers so they can rebuild stronger. However, to do this, you need to give your body time to recover from working out. Aim for one to two days per week of active recovery rest days—that means doing something that doesn’t put stress on your body, like gentle stretching or a walk. So, you’re definitely off the hook for that seven-days-a-week workout plan.

2. 1 month away from Santa Scramble 5K and Red Hill Friends and Family Opening. Mark your calendars and save that date.

A. Hang Squat Clean 2-2-2-2-2-2-2
(Build to a heavy 2 before counting sets)