How we get better at the things we do is based on a few things, One of them being consistency among many. Being consistent means you make a commitment to your fitness. Show up and do the work. Train weaknesses. Get familiar with unknowns, try different intensity levels, different times of the day/week. We can’t get better by seeing the gym only once a week, nope. We find that time seems to vanish and we all run out of it after all when do you get to just relax? Which is a great point because you need to be consistent with rest days, not too many tho. As a coach I’ve had the pleasure to see many triumphs and many failures, both are needed but what I generally see from the fails is that usually the prime culprit is an athlete consistently being inconsistent. Not coming in and putting in the work will get you not much progress. Whether you come in 3 days or 6 days matters only if come in and hit it. 3 days a week is okay but you’ll need additional training outside the gym. Hit the trails, go swimming, run and or anything else but you need to be active more than 5 days a week.
Death by Pull Up
7-minute running clock
A) 30 Shoulder to Overhead (75/115)
*10 Air squat penalty every time bar is dropped
3 Deadlifts (145/205)
6/6, 9/9, 12/12, ect…