Good Luck Louis!

I first met Louis a couple of years ago and immediately loved his energy and attitude. I instantly challenged him the first day I met him to get better and stronger. We love you buddy. Good Luck in your journey.

If you don’t know Louis Chaix, he’s been a member Proximal Strength for the past two years while he’s attended school and played hockey Missouri State. When Louis was 6 years old, he developed a rare skin disorder, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN), the most severe form of Steven Johnson Syndrome, that almost took his life. Thankfully, Louis fought, survived, and is here with us today. Now he’s raising funds and awareness to help others who are fighting the same battle he’s fought by rollerblading from LA to NY, starting June 1st!

You can track his journey on Instagram

Bonne chance!

Workouts for the Week of 5.22.22

Monday 5.23.22 @5:30 pm

"MURPH" Amrap

Forty Minute Running Clock:

Round 1: Twelve Minutes:
200m Run
10 Push Ups
Rest 3:00

Round 2:
Twelve Minutes:
300m Run
5 Strict Pull Ups
Rest 3:00

Round 3:
Twelve Minutes:
100m Run
30 Air Squats to Med Ball.

Athletes can wear a vest to train for Murph for a Rx+ version.

You will score each twelve minute interval for reps.

Example: You complete 5 rounds in time cap. This would be 5 reps for running and 50 reps for push ups. Total 55 reps.

100m=1 rep.

Thursday 5.26.22 @5:30 pm

"Four" Get This

4 Sets:
400m Fast,
Rest :60 seconds,
150m Controlled Sprint. Run as fast as you can maintain a sprint type pace.

After 150m sprint, conduct recovery walk to 400 meter turnaround and back to start line.

Rest 5:00 minutes b/t sets.

This will fall under a V02 max level workout with shorter intervals at higher intensities and longer rest periods.

You will score for total time.

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