5 Pull ups
10 Push ups
15 Air Squats
Justin e-mailed this video to all the trainers and interns earlier this week. Short video with a big message. How many times have you heard a trainer tell you to stay on your heels? Coach Burgener shows the importance of keeping one's weight back. If a person is back on their heels, then they can finish the lift properly. If a person is out on their toes, then that bar jumps away from them and the lift becomes more like a kettlebell swing. Getting under a bar that is flying away from you usually doesn't happen and can end up putting people in horrible overhead positions.
Rich Froning stays on his heels. He snatches 300#: