Time Is On My Side, What About You?
The high intensity training sessions are all the rage today but I’m here to tell you that if you are doing them more than once or twice a week, you’re over doing it. That’s right…you are working out to much. Most of the people who do high intensity work at every training session are an overtraining mess. Not overtraining in the traditional sense, but most are under recovered. What that means is that they haven’t recovered from the previous training session, that’s when burn out and injury happens. Don’t be that guy. Anyway, on to today’s training session.
You have 15 minutes to complete today’s workout. After a warm up, here’s what you’re going to do:
5 Pull/Chin Ups or Inverted Rows
10 Ring Push Ups or Dips
15 BW Squats or Kettlebell Swings
20 Mtn. Climbers
*Track the number of rounds completed and try to beat it in six weeks.
*Focus on quality reps. Don’t compromise for just to get more rounds.
Don’t be an eagle in a chicken coop,
Kyle is currently a police officer and has served for the past 10 years at a police department in Upstate, NY. In that capacity, he serves as the department’s physical fitness instructor, where he conducts in-service training and teaches at the Police Academy. Kyle is also one of the two explosive detection K9 Handlers for the department.
As the Online Director of Training and Performance for Train to Hunt, Kyle draws from his previous experience as a gym owner to consult with clients to prepare them physically and mentally for the most rigorous of big game hunts.
Most importantly Kyle is a husband and a father of one (a 10-month-old boy). The family is very important to him and he makes it a priority to find work/life balance.