Coach and I did a repeat routine and worked out prior to his game. He requested tabatas, and I happily complied.
I set my Gymboss timer (I refer to it as my brain during class) for 8 sets of 20:10 intervals.
We focused on upper body and core. I’m still feeling it today (For exercise references, you can visit my workouts tab).
The hardest move? Probably the last 2 sets of EVERY move. No lie. Tabatas force you to step outside your comfort zone, push through, and get better. Stronger. Leaner.
Baseball’s mental conditioning guru was working out with us too and referred to me as an “animal” during the workout. I’ll take it (and hope he wasn’t referring to my primal grunts as I tried to complete this WOD!)
You can see a demo of butterfly sit-ups on Lindsay’s Tuesday Trainer.
And, will you pretty please check out my feature on PlanetGear.com? I sound waaaay cooler than I am which is a welcome change!
A huge CONGRATS to all the marathoners that braved the BOSTON furnace and completed the arduous 26.2 miles. I did not envy you in the least but am inspired by you nonetheless.