It is a common sentiment to feel that, due to the obligations of career and family, you don’t have the time to become as fit as you might like. Here’s the good news: world class, age-group strength and conditioning is obtainable through an hour a day six days per week of training. It turns out that the intensity of training that optimizes physical conditioning is not sustainable past forty-five minutes to an hour. Athletes that train for hours a day are developing skill or training for sports that include adaptations inconsistent with elite strength and conditioning. Past one hour, more is not better!
Strength: Tempo Deadlift 5 Sets of 1 Tempo: 6 Seconds Up, 6 Seconds Down Build to a moderate, and not to exceed 55%. Rest as needed between sets. Conditioning: On the Minute x 20 (4 Rounds): Minute 1: 5 Pausing Overhead Squats (50% of 1RM Snatch) Minute 2: 15/12 Calorie Row Minute 3: 5 Toes to Bar + 10 Single Arm Dumbbell Hang Clean and Jerks (50/35) Minute 4: Handstand Walk Practice Minute 5: 12/9 Calorie Ski Erg or Bike