You’ve heard me say this a lot, “The goal is to keep moving forward on reps”.
A huge component on how effective we are with this is how we breathe. One of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever received was, “If you can control your breathing you can control any part of the workout you want.” If we constantly let our body force panicky breathing, then our movement patterns will result in similar appearance.
For today’s workout I want you to start to apply this concept into each round. If you have to break up reps for any movement, or are in the transition from one movement to the next, focus your breathing. Slow it down and force your body to get back into rhythm. Remember, you are always in control. Own the WOD.
Power Jerk 3-3-3-3-3
30 Double Under
20 Ball Slams
10 Goblet Squats (70/53)