BC WOD @ globogym in westbank:
AMR in 20 min:
15 double unders
15 box jumps - 25"
6 L ups
rds - 10.25
had to walk distance for l pull ups, was a nice rest, wanted 10 or more rounds so this sufficed...long day, then travel, great to get a wod in right away.
my muscles are always on fire when i come here, the training is always top notch due to a number of factors:
- low cortisol
- no committments, grandparents love Hannah
- wod's in globogym, different setting, different CNS response
the last statement everyone can learn from; seems i have been mentioning it to a number of clients that was passed on to me by one of my mentors, Charles Poliquin; i'll never forget at one of my first meetings with him, we spoke of elite training principles vs. what the "norm" is out there and the difference...and he said "neural drive leads to anabolic drive"...at first i did not have a clue what he meant, but it meant so much...elite training basically is determined by the ability of the CNS to work at high adaptation levels...coaches can instill this in correct nutrition and training principles but when a human "feels" ready to stir it up (as globogyms do to me, it seems as if i feel like i'm entering a cage full of people that want to step on me - it in other words "fires me up") this leads to a big CNS response...as happened today in this workout; there's something more to it than narcicism that makes me want to do well at these wod's in these gyms...