What is a “Starter”?

May 7, 2018 No Comments by Tess Aisthorpe

Our “STARTER’s” (warmups) offer a wide variety of movements and are versatile enough to prepare you for the movements to come during your session ?

The “Starter” will prepare the body for exercises by gradually increasing the heart rate and circulation; this will loosen the joints and increase blood flow to the muscles. Mobilising the muscles prepares them for physical activity and helps to prevent injuries. The starter is also a good opportunity for an individual to prepare themselves mentally for the game ahead and/or for your team to work together prior to the start of the session.

Do not do yourself a disservice by ignoring or rushing through a proper starter ?‍♂️

You will be glad you did it in the long run.

We threw this little dynamic Starter together for our Saturday crew along with a 75min session ?

Bear Crawl
10 Starjumps
20 Shoulder Taps
30 Mountain Climbers
Bear Crawl
10 Iron Cross’s
20 Thrusters
30 Knee Highs
Bear Crawl
10 Starjumps
10 Iron Cross’s
20 Shoulder Taps
20 Thrusters
30 Mountain Climbers�30 Knee Highs
SESSION – 8 exercises:- 40sec on 20sec off x 4 Rounds
Assault Bike 80/60rpm
Sledgy Slams
WP Knee Tucks up Ramp
Deadball Complex (Deadlift – Clean – Squat – Toss) 40/30kg
Prowler Push/Pull
KB Pully
OH Hold 25/15kg
100m Sandbag Carry
FINISHER x 5 Rounds
10 Cal Assault Bike
3 Pushups – Knee Tucks – Kipping Pullup
50m Deadball Carry
7 Tyre Flips
9 Weight Bar Complex – Bicep Curl/Upright Row/Front Squats/Push Press