Top off the trunk

Someone may have noticed the taxing effects of the lower body while we forge ahead with the daily leg, and core exercises.

Trying a balanced approach to Fitness is not hard at all. It takes a deliberate attempt to hash out the exercises and the reps/sets to get the benefits. Keeping a keen eye on balance there are fine lines to follow at times so you don’t hurt your progress while you perform under duress/fatigue to eke the benefits you’re looking for.

Upper body work incorporates much of the upper trunk for strength, stability, power, balance,and no momentum hopefully on some of these exercises.

Today at Roos Recreational Field – Rucks On!

Rucks On! 20-30# dry

  • 20 x pull ups (no rucks)
  • 10 x dips on bars (rucks)
  • 20 x shoulder to shoulder (rucks)

Speed Ruck 2-miles

  • 20 x hanging k2c (rucks)
  • 10 x dips on bars (rucks)
  • 20 x thrusters (rucks)

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