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Please Welcome Tom

15 Mar Posted by in Graduates | Comments

Sometimes the most important part about getting fit is changing your mindset.  That’s what happened when Tom Adams stopped saying, “Maybe strength and fitness training isn’t for me,” and started saying, “Maybe it is.”

Ever since he made that subtle mental shift, Tom has been ripping it up in training.  He’s been getting stronger and more mobile every week.  And now, after killing Fight Gone Bad on Friday, he’s ready to join classes this week… he’s going to be a great addition to the 6AM crew!

Tom becomes the 4th member of the Adams clan to join the Strength and Fitness Zone…. so you’re forgiven if you thought he looked familiar.  (Though Tom tells me he’s much more handsome than his brother Scott.)

Please join me in welcoming Tom to our community!

Coach Tom

Workout of the Day

Context: Practice

Mobility: Hip

Skill Practice Warm Up: Spend 6 minutes working on kipping drills geared toward pull ups, chest to bar pull ups, and bar muscle ups.

Strength: 3-3-3-3-3 power clean, increasing weight to max

Super Set: 3-3-3-3-3 weighted pull-up

Metabolic Conditioning: “None of Your Business”

8 minute AMRAP


Hang Power Cleans
40′ bear crawl (20′ out and 20′ back, each 20′ counts as a ‘rep’)
(e.g. 2 hang power cleans, 2 toes-to-bar, 40′ bear crawl, 4 HPC, 4 T2B, 40′ bear crawl, 6 HPC, 6 T2B, 40′ bear crawl, etc.)

Performance: 65/95lbs
Athletic: 45/65lbs
Health: 35/45lbs

Scaling Guide: 80 – 200 reps

Compare to: NEW WORKOUT

Optional ‘Cash Out’: 15 pull ups, 20 wall ball, 2 rounds

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