Posted by Becca Borawski : Monday, Apr 19, 2010
Sumo Deadlift High Pull sounds complicated, but just like sounding out a new word, if you break it into pieces, it is not so hard. Sumo means to stand with your legs wide and toes pointed outward -- like a big bad sumo wrestler! Deadlift means you are lifting the weight from the ground, and high pull means the weight finishes up at your collarbone, with your elbows pointing toward the sky. Put it all together and it means lifting the weight from the ground to your collarbone in one big explosive movement.
Sarah has fun working on her sumo deadlift high pull.
Word of the Week - "Interval"
What is an interval? What is an example of an interval?
Review of Sumo Dealift High Pull, Front Squat and Push Press
4 tabata intervals each of:
Sumo Deadlift High pull
tic tac toe was fun!! these kids are awesome!!
Posted by shirley on 04/20 at 01:04 AM