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Hello Friends, Families and Athletes!
We just finished up our Teen Fit class last week and we saw such success and passion that we would like to offer another session!
It would start June 6th, from 4:30-5:30pm on Tues/Thurs. This program is eight weeks, and is strongly recommended for individuals who would like to continue to grow in the gym and understand how gym movements can complement their outdoor activities.
Topics that will be covered in the program will be the posterior chain and mobility work, showing kids how to balance restorative work, strength work and endurance work into their sports and lives.
Thank you for investing in Wright Training, the health of your kids and your time. This program couldn’t run without incredible parents.
Have a wonderful summer!
$280 - 16 sessions
payment plan available: $140, 30 days later $140
This workout is a great example of a work capacity hit. A lot of our athletes think that they should not be doing cardio if they are skiing a lot etc... They think we don’t usually work at this high of intensity on our skis, bikes, running etc.. We usually just go slow and steady.
With that said good aerobic hits to the system are important to optimizing your fitness level. This workout can also be done with limited equipment or you just want a good quick hit. The 30 second intervals encompass strength and core together, this is important to train in relation to performance outside. This helps get everything firing on all cylinders. Why not use your core to ski? Also we are working on quick recovery. We then end with a countdown to work on stamina and core/glute strength. This is meant to be more of a grind. Constant movement. This ends with some core durability, your body should feel pretty balanced after this workout!
10x walk lunges
10x goblet squat
10x up with twist
30 sec dumbell drag "set shoulders"
30 sec swings
30 sec good morning
30 sec burpees
30 sec rest
20 15 10 5
10x plank touch
10x knees to chest
10x back ext
Alt body weight lunges
4 deadlifts -heavy but slow and controlled
focused on form adding weight as you go
6 knees to chest or toes to bar
Pigeon stretch floor or box
15 min amrap
5 Pull ups
10 Wall balls
Upward and down ward dog and foam roll
Suffering from low back pain or hold tightness in your low back?
Gentle movement is usually the answer to relieving some of the tension.
These are some of my favorite exercises to help strengthen your core and hip flexors and alleviate tightness or pain in the lumbar spine. Really focus on your breath during these exercises and moving slowly and intentionally.
10x Banded Cat Cow
5eax Curl up crunches 5 second hold
10eax Bird Dog
10eax Banded Single leg marches
These exercises are great to do daily. Try them as a warmup before a day of skiing or after sitting at your desk to loosen any tightness.
Warm Up - 3 rounds
10 x Push Ups
15 x Sit ups
20 x Squats (hips below knees)
10x KB/DB Sumo Squat
5/side x KB/DB Side Bends
3x Chair Hang (Grasp pull up bar with OH grip, pull up legs so quads are parallel to floor/legs in 90 degree angle; slightly tip pelvis up towards ribs; breath in deeply and exhale slowly through nose 3x's)
Standing Lateral Line QL Stretch (while standing, place right foot behind left side of body past left leg; stretch right arm over head to left side of body -arching right side out; Take 3 breaths, then switch sides)
AMRAP (as many reps as possible)
10 x DB thrusters (explosive)
10 x jump squat
20 x mountain climber (10 each leg)
20 x jump lunge (10 each leg)
10 x V sit ups
10 x burpee
(complete 4, 5 min sets (1 min rest between), start each circuit where you finished the last one.)
- 30 Sec Side Plank (L side)
- 5 x push ups
- 30 sec Side Plank (R side)
(transition into each exercise without rest and without lowering your body to the ground)
1. Where exactly did you go on this ski trip? We skied the Tian Shan mountains of Kyrgyzstan from a yurt camp
2. What made you decide to go here?
Every year a group of friends goes on an adventure ski trip. We were initially looking at Svalbard or the Lyngen Alps when we tripped across this trip, which seemed quite unique. In our group chat, the sales pitch for this option was "Kyrgyzstan? Is that where Borat is from?" For the record, neither Borat nor his son, Huey Lewis, are from Kyrgyzstan. They are from Kazakhstan.
3. What did you do mentally and physically to prepare for this trip?
I just doubled down on fitness to the extent my schedule could permit. Mentally I just looked at the outfitter's IG feed when things sucked at work to stay focused.
4. How many days a year do you ski on average?
Probably 20-25 max. Life doesn't always cooperate
5. How has the gym helped with your overall fitness for something like this?
I am on the wrong side of 50, unfortunately, but the gym helps me stay fit and active. This particular ski group is composed of really fit guys in their late 30s. I ended up seeking out the gym in 2020 for activity-specific fitness so I am always keeping up. It definitely helped. On this trip, I was the pacesetter on the upslope, felt really strong and dialed in, and was strong on the way down.
6. How was your recovery day to day?
6) Other than some altitude issues on the climb to our camp on day 1, I felt great every day without any soreness or fatigue.
7. Anything else to add ?
7) Old guys rule
On the wrong side of 50, with a schedule that only allow's him to ski 20-25 days a year. Scott Brooks takes an annual ski trip with a group of mid 30 year olds, and is stoked to be the pace setter, have good recovery, and overall just be able to have a good time. Check out his unique trip to Kyrgyzstan this winter!