Video of clients training at The Spot Athletics from 9am today

This has been an insane week.  We are so busy at The Spot Athletics that it is hard to even get sleep.  I averaged 4-5hrs per night this week and come Thursday, I was spent. I worked 5am - 9pm on Monday and Tuesday. Then on Wednesday I got done at 6pm but went to watch 3 of our athletes compete in wrestling. 2 pinned their kids and one received a forfeit.  I got home Wednesday at 8:30pm. I was supposed to rack pull heavy on Thursday but I was still sore from Monday and was exhausted. Instead I saved it for today.

I wanted to put a video up of what we do at The Spot Athletics on a daily basis. This video was from 9am today. At that time of day I am working with Vitor Oliveira, one of the best Black Belt Jiu Jitsu athletes in the world. My coach, Bryan,  was working with a small group and Matt was coaching Met Con while having a potential new coach also coach the class.

We have a long process for our new coaches which includes a formal interview, lifting with the staff and coaching a Met Con class with our director of Personal training, Matt Barnauskas or Nic Bronkall, our director of Strength & Conditioning.

Today we had 3 people in the small group and 14 or 15 people in our Met Con class.

So here is a glimpse of what life is like at The Spot Athletics:

I trained today but I worked up to 550 and 200lbs of chain on a 3 pin pull and I felt a tweak in my glute. This was extremely light and I had my heart set on 700+200lb of chains. I really wanted to feel 900lbs in my hands again but I knew I was done when I felt something in my glute. We will see tomorrow how it feels and I will judge what happened. I may have just tweaked a nerve as I was still sore and tight from squatting on Monday. When I wake up tomorrow I will know for sure what I did.

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