Sunday's Post Lake Elsinore Workout (The Champion)
by Coach Seiji
This workout is called "The Champion" for the three class champions who were crowned at Lake Elsinore. None of us can hang with Dungey, Baggett, or Fiolek on the track, but what about off? Time to lace up those shoes and hit the gym. Reps for this workout coincide with each rider's number; 5 for RD, 12 BB, and 1 for AF (for Ashley's we will go with a double 1, or eleven).
The challenge is to see how many rounds you can complete in the same time (37:53) it took Ryan Dungey to win the second moto at Elsinore.
Couple of Rules:
- Ladders - Do one set then move on to the squat press.
- Squat Press - Quads must be parallel to floor on squat. Choose a weight that is challenging for the press. 25 - 45 lb. dumbells should be the goal.
- Knees to Elbows - Knees must touch your elbows to count.
- Hamstring Curl - Use a TRX if you have one otherwise a stability ball works great.
How to do the challenge:
- It's very easy to follow. After you warm up, set your timer for 37:53 and hit start.
- Do 5 pushups then 3 pullups, followed by 11 pushups then 5 pullups, followed by 12 pushups then 6 pullups, then immediately do 12 squat presses, then immediately do 11 elbows to knees, then immediately do 18 hamstring curls.
- Once you complete the hamstring curls, go back to the ladders and complete the cycle as many times as you can until time runs out.
Post your results in the comment section below. Let's see some videos people!
|All three 2012 Outdoor class champions - Ryan Dungey, Blake Baggett, Ashley Fiolek|
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