Lay-Back

We talked a bit today about having a "lay-back" limit for the shoulder press, meaning, once you start to feel your torso want to lean back (over-extending your lower back) to get the weight up, you've gone to heavy.  We were all shooting for this beautiful overhead position Nancy was in here.  Nice and grounded in the feet, squeezing the quads, butt and stomach, not letting the ribcage come up.

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Workout:

Press 5RM

3 Rounds:
15 HSPU or 30 Push-Up
25 DB Deadlift (60/45lb)
DB Farmer Carry 50 meters
3 Rope Climbs