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Breaking in the new Rings










Here are sompe photos of yesterdays class. We had lots of fun because it was a partner circuit class. Each station was either a kettlebell exercise, a ring exercise, bosu, or bodyweight. The rings were probably the most challenging part for some. Thanks to Greg Everett for suggesting me to get them, I am having the most fun with them. They are brutal though. I love it!

Some of the exercises we did in the partner circuit were Snatches, Swings, Double Clean and Press, Bosu Pushup Burpees, modified pull ups with rings, Turkish Get Ups, and more....
The weather was beautiful this week.

Comments

christina said…
WOW! I am sitting here wishing I lived near you!! That looks like an awesome class, working outside like that must be fun. I am very jealous! Man I need to find something like that where I live.. Got any contacts in Delaware haha!
Anonymous said…
Nice work.
Franz Snideman said…
Nice, looks like a great class!

hope you are feeling better!
Lauren Brooks said…
Thanks guys! Unfortunately still not feeling that great. It just might be bronchitis. I will probably stop being stubborn and go to the doc tomorrow. 8-(

Christina,

I don't have any contacts in Delaware. I'll do some research and get back to you though! 8-)
Yes working outside is very fun!
Kettlebell Lady said…
You need to come to Jersey! Working out with you looks like fun!
fawn said…
I just tried rings for the first time on Saturday at Brad Nelson's place... they are so awesome! I'm envious, I want some rings too!

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