SOGO | WEEK 32 | 08/04/2019


10 Arm Circles Right
10 Arm Circles Left
10 Double Arm Circles

10 Scarecrow Press
10 Band Pull Aparts

60 Second Banded Lat Stretch Right
60 Second Banded Lat Stretch Left

10 Single DB Goblet Press
5 Alternating Press + Press (Press Right, Press Left, Both)
5 Push Press
5 Push Jerk

***See full demo of the movements in the video demo you can find on Members Only!

Part A
10 Min EOMOM

(Every Minute on the Minute for 10 Min)

10 Close Grip DB Bench Press

Part B

3 Round Superset
(Rest 30s to 1 Min Between Movements)

10-12 Dumbbell Flys
10-12 Skull Crushers
12-15 Wide Hands Out Push Ups
12-15 Diamond Push Ups

Movements are slow and controlled with 1 second pause on both ends, stay engaged the whole time.

Score: Enter Weight for Bench Press. (Note other weights in comments)For close grip DB Bench, lie down on the bench with the dumbbells on your chest, palms facing toward each other, elbows tight to the body. Draw your shoulder blades down into the bench and keep them pulled back even as you press up. Keep the DBs closer than shoulder width apart and press straight up until your arms are fully extended and perpendicular to the floor. Lower the DBs with control back to your chest.

For the flys, lie face up on the bench with arms extended straight up in the air. Keep your belly tight, avoid arching your back as you lower your arms out wide. You can keep a very slight bend in your elbows. Return the DBs back to your starting position.

For the skull crushers keep the shoulders back and down and bend only from the elbow - bringing the bar or dumbbells close to your "skull". Really extend the elbow hard at the top!

For the wide grip push ups, take your hands out a good bit wider than shoulder width. Maintain a rigid plank position. Lower your chest and thighs to the floor. Keep everything tight and press straight back up until your arms are straight.

For the diamond push ups, place your hands together with thumbs and index fingers touching to form a diamond shape.

Do push ups from your knees or elevate your hands if you need to, in order to keep your body tight and get that full range of motion!