Earlier today I was training someone with and had also brought out a very cool pair of custom made paralettes from Ryan Pitts of . They are excellent for l-sits as well as slightly raised push-ups (we even sometimes do walks up and down the two of them). Later I set up the , then decided to get out the throwing knives and throwing stars, and then the , and, and... realized I had managed to drag out a whole bunch of stuff into the yard. Before bringing everything back inside, I thought it might be fun to create a couple of non-stop sequences that used nearly everything in some way, and that kind of traveled from piece to piece. So here we go!
I should also share the workout from earlier which was inspired by Zach Even-Esh's awesome Book, The Encyclopedia of Underground Strength and Conditioning. My new client is already extremely athletic, and the ideas in his book are great for the current situation. Especially since they really work on not just strength, but power. I love working on power, but that's a dicussion for another time. Short version: being able to generate power is super useful for all kinds of things in life.