Workout of the Day



As professionals in the fitness world, the last seven days have provided us with countless, emails, pictures, and videos of people exercising. The messages often start with, “is it alright if I do this exercise or that exercise. What do you think of this workout? Is it good?”

I have a secret to share with everyone.

It all works, whatever Instagram and Youtube inspiration you find is indeed real fitness. The simple fact that people are continuing to place a priority on health through fitness is a magnificent movement that we champion. We have always subscribed to the fact that fitness is freely available. We provide a free daily workout right here on our website. Hopper style or randomized exercise is in fact fitness as well, it’s just random. To be clear I am not saying that any of these are bad. I would argue that sometimes they are absolutely appropriate. I just want to be clear on what the intention is.

Quite often the intention is just as non-specific as the program.

Thoughtful variance, on the other hand, takes into account a progression and a plan to achieve a specific outcome. In our program, we are searching for performance. Even in the digital space, we are still seeking adaptation and growth. Our students participate in a program that builds and tests through direct coaching and a thoughtful approach to programming.

We believe that each application of training should have an intention, a purpose. There should be a goal beyond sweating or a good burn. After all, sweat is a function of thermoregulation and a good burn is feeling we get from increased blood flow. We believe that we can do better and that we should do better. Choose a program that encourages your growth and development. It would be our pleasure to help you. Give us a call, 949-229-8049, or send us an email we’ve got exactly what you need.

See you out there.








03272020 - WOD

  • Tabata

    • Perform :20 work and :10 rest of the following alternating movements

      • Lateral jumps

      • Front to back jumps

  • 3 rounds for quality

    • In an ascending ladder sequence, at tempo, perform each movement in order before moving up the ladder

      • 1-2-3-4-5 Australian pull-ups(1010)

      • 2-4-6-8-10 push-ups(1010)

      • 3-6-9-12-15 squats(1010)

*record total time in the comments

  • Tempo run

    • Run 8min out

    • Return with a negative split(<8:00)

*record total time in the comments