Workout of the Day



In our current GPP(General Physical Preparedness) model we create the opportunity for your body to rest every four days. When the body is at rest it enters into a state of repair and growth. Acknowledging that we are all our own unique rainbow snowflake unicorn butterflies, each of our bodies will respond to training differently. The factors that impact the body’s need for rest are diverse and cover a wide spectrum. Stress, sleep, nutrition, and age are just a few of the factors that can have a significant impact on our recovery.

As coaches, we have made the decision to be as prescriptive as we can about the things within our control. This includes programming thoughtfully designed practices intended to improve your performance. Every four days you will find restorative mobility along with a signature lifestyle practice. Tomorrow we will be hosting the next installment of our Introducing Ashtanga series.

Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic, flowing practice centered around breathwork and movement. The method stresses the importance of breathing through a set series of movements and postures. This is meant to be a short course in a developing effort. Come prepared with a space to follow along in and a mat or blanket.

We offer this series to anyone seeking a place of community and growth. Please contact us for registration details by clicking here. Our current students will have access to a recording of this class. Current students should register for the regular coaching call through Zenplanner to receive the meeting link.

See you out there. #developyourself







05082020 - WOD

  • 4 rounds for quality

    • :20 Captain Morgan (right side/left knee)

    • :20 Captain Morgan (right side/right knee)

    • :20 Captain Morgan (left side/right knee)

    • :20 Captain Morgan (left side/left knee)

    • :20 crow pose

  • AMRAP 15

    • 20 alt lateral lunges(r/l)

    • 10 bench dips

    • 2 single leg vertical jump(r)

    • 2 single leg vertical jump(l)

  • For quality

    • 100 sumo stance good mornings