Workout of the Day

Triple Threat

Written By Charleh Knighton  |  Toes To Bar 

10 minute AMRAP

15 Toes-to-Bar
15 Hand Release Push-ups
15 Wall Balls

WODprep Strategy Top Tips:

Hey there! So, we’ve got a 10-minute AMRAP coming up. That stands for “as many rounds as possible” in case you’re not familiar with the lingo. Let’s talk about how we can tackle this workout.

Now, finding a pace you can sustain for the entire 10 minutes is important. Don’t go all out in the beginning and burn yourself out too soon. 

Let’s break down the movements into manageable sets. Start with around 5-7 toes-to-bar. This will help you conserve your grip strength and prevent early fatigue. If you can’t do toes-to-bar yet, no worries! Modify it with knee raises or hanging knee tucks.

Once you’re done with the toes-to-bar, smoothly transition to the hand release push-ups. Break them down into sets of 5 or 3 if you need to. Remember to maintain proper form throughout. Keep your body tight and in a straight line from your head to your heels.

Now, it’s time for wall balls. Break them into sets of 5 or 3, depending on your comfort level. Breathe consistently and focus on hitting proper squat depth. Generate power from your legs to throw that ball against the wall.

Keep those transitions quick and efficient. Use the time between exercises as active recovery, so don’t waste it!

Pay attention to your grip strength, especially during toes-to-bar and wall balls. If your grip starts to give out, take quick breaks during the sets to shake out your hands and recover.


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