There have been a lot of questions lately around the gym about protein powders. We see only one brand at the gym because it is the highest quality whey protein on the market and we believe it is the best option for our members. In addition to being a convenient protein source, protein powder could be the catalyst you are looking for to blow through some of your strength plateaus. There are 2 kinds in the kitchen to choose from, Pure and Recovery. Pure is more for a convenient protein source, for when you are in a rush or won’t be able to eat right after you workout. The Recovery Protein, is for those who are serious about making strength gains. In addition to the high quality protein, Recovery also has a host of top of the line supplements to aid in recovery and muscle building. If you have questions about which protein is right for you and your goals, get with a coach and talk!
1a) Push Press 8×2
1b) Pull Apart 50
2a) how many push ups can you do in 60seconds?
2b) how many singles or DU can you do in 60 seconds?
2c) how many air squats can you do in 60 seconds?
3) 5 hang cleans
6 OH barbell lunges
10 lateral hops feet together over the bar
work for 10 minutes
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