“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?”
-John Wooden

Full range of motion is important to getting stronger at functional movements. As coaches, we would much rather see scaled-back movements at full range rather than abbreviated prescribed movements. (ie. full range knees and hands over partial toes and hands push-ups) If it takes longer rest periods to get the full range push-up it is a “good trade”. Do we want you to be fast? Yes. Do we want you to perform full range movements? Yes. I guess we just want it all.
Workout of the Day:
“Running with 0.5 Angie”
650M Run
50 Pull-Ups
50 Push-Ups
50 Sit-Ups
50 Squats
650M Run