How to Measure Success
If you’ve been to the gym, you probably know that we believe that competition is a healthy component to fitness and your training. We encourage you to compete more with your self then with others, but a friendly competition with someone just a little better then you will help both people reach new high point in each others overall fitness. This drives each person to improve their scores, complete workouts faster, lift heavier, and shed body fat faster. So if you are getting discourage because someone does more then you, don’t. If you are giving it your all and putting in the effort, then that’s a lot for you. Look at your improvements as a measure of success.
- Level III – 45 double unders, 45 135/85# squat cleans, 45 ring dips, 45 double unders
- Level II – 30 double unders, 30 115/65# squat cleans, 30 asst dips/dips, 30 double unders (sub: 3x single unders)
- Level I – 45 single unders, 45 45/35# squat cleans, 45 box dips, 45 single unders (sub: air squats)