Snow What?

White-out last winter at the old Zone!

Even though it has felt like more like a harsh Spring rather than Winter up to this point, the weather reports are threatening us with the potential for snow!

To prevent the inevitable confusion that often happens when our Zoners wake up to snow, we have decided to post some general Snow Day Guidelines regarding our class schedule in case we suddenly find ourselves in a Winter Wonderland.

Stay tuned to the daily weather forecasts. If there is a forecast for snow overnight, we will post about it on our website in the evening.  If you plan on attending a 7:00 a.m. class the following day, PLEASE check the website in the morning before you leave the house!!! If we have deemed that the roads are snowy enough at that time between the Coach’s house and the gym that driving isn’t safe, we will likely make a closure for that class.  This does NOT mean that all classes are cancelled for that day. We will re-evaluate on an hourly basis, and continue posting updates on our website regarding any further class cancellations.

The bottom line is, it is important that everyone CHECK THE WEBSITE BEFORE COMING TO CLASS to see if we are open.

Thanks for your understanding, and for staying tuned to our website!

Zone Games Update: 2 days left to register for Zone Games 6

Today’s Workout:

Buy In – 3 rds – 10 pvc dislocates, 10 kb swings, 10 goblet squats, 10 double crunch

* coaches go over movements before athletes do the buy in

WOD – “Olympic Total”

1.  Snatch – 15 minutes to hit a 1RM

  • Warm up your overhead squat, snatch balance and full squat snatches
  • Rx is NO PRESSOUT! Get under the bar to eliminate them
  • Work with a group of three to space your attempts

2.  Clean and Jerk – 15 min to hit a 1RM

  • You can split or push jerk
  • Rx is NO PRESSOUT!

Add your two top weights together for your total

Zone 1 – If new to the movement, focus on technique with sets of 5 reps

Cash Out – MWOD 55

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