Front Squat 1 x 5 – Build to a heavy single. If you are new work triples.


Back Squat 1 x 20 – Start weight is Bodyweight or 50% 1RM whichever is lighter.
Look to add 2.5 to 5kg each time you do this.


10 Min AMRAP
10 Pull Ups
10 Weighted Sit Ups 15/10kg DB
10 Lunges each leg Carrying 15/10kg DB

10 Min AMRAP
10 Body Rows
10 Sit Ups
10 Lunges each leg



For time:
1000m Row
50 Thrusters 20/15kg
30 Pull Ups



100-calorie row
75 thrusters, 20/15kg barbell
50 pull-ups
75 wall-ball shots, 20/14-lb. ball to 10/9′
100-calorie row
If you’ve got a 9/6kg vest or body armor, wear it.


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Squat Therapy

So what does this therapy consist of? It is based on four drills that can be used in any order and combination with the goal of improving the quality of your squat. Each drill will include use of an external object to help you achieve an ideal squat position. As well as helping your body to be able to hit and maintain these optimal positions, these drills will help your body to understand what your squat is meant to look and feel like, which has untold benefits.

The four drills are:

  1. The Wall Squat

  2. The Goblet Squat

  3. The Bar Squat

  4. The Pole Squat