D-Ball's Are Back!

PhotobucketA new movement to some, the good old ball slam. We are wired to expect a ball when thrown down to bounce back up. When first completing a ball slam you can see the conditioned movement response of people to kind of flinch in an expectation the ball is coming back up. It takes a little getting used to, but once learned it's a great movement. Here's new member Scott Patterson slamming the ball in a great position, trusting it won't bounce back up. Workout:

5 Rounds:

3 Rope Climbs

1 minute Ball Slam

200m run (recovery)

- not for time but try and keep most of rest before ball slam

- score balls slam reps

- Modify: 1 rope climb = 5 pull ups = 7 ring rows Workout from Crossfit Football

Programming: Gary

Check out the link to the right of the page, The Master Class, featuring our very own.

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