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We’re Making Progress

Each workout that we do is a mix of strength work and mobility work, with some anaerobic work thrown in here and there. The primary influences behind the programming are Ido Portal, Martin Berkhan, Mathieu Lalonde, and good old fashioned … Continue reading

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We dabble…

So on Sunday Kerri will be participating in her first powerlifting meet. She will go for a PR in the deadlift, the bench, and the squat. I see this as a great example of what FFT is all about, being … Continue reading

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2nd Annual “Let the Lion Loose” Workout

On the eve of the day when 91% of Americans eat turkey, according to the commentators of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the FFT class crushed the second annual “Let the Lion Loose” workout. The inaugural event happened last year … Continue reading

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Howdy

Ann continues to surprise herself. As the FFT class evolves, we continue to do more complex and skillful movements to challenge our bodies more. As a trainer, I strive to find the movements that offer the best return for time … Continue reading

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Class Recap – Sunday Sept. 26, 2010

Sunday was another general work day as we continue to switch between strength days (squat or deadlift) and non-strength days. In the last couple of non-strength sessions, we have been consistently working on the Shoulder Press, the Pendlay Row, and … Continue reading

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Class Recap – Saturday Sept. 25, 2010

Saturday was Squat day so after stretching out, we got right to it. Ann-95-125-155×4-140×5 Kerri-105-140-175×2-160×3 Matt-170-225-280×3-250×4 Mark-225-300-375×2-340×3 *video of the top sets are up on the FFT page on (YouTube) In recent sessions I have started to see a slowdown … Continue reading

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Class Recap – Wednesday Sept. 22, 2010

Class on Wednesday was used as a day to sit back and figure out why the heck we train. Before our discussion though, we all rotated through and got some good accessory work done. 2 sets to failure of: Standing … Continue reading

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