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Workout for Monday February 24th – The Reverse “Douchebag”

Everyday at Hostyle Conditioning we run many different types and levels of workouts depending the groups and individual sessions. Here we will post just one of the workouts that we do. They will vary from Kettlebell – Powerlifting – General conditioning – Barbell conditioning. We believe in variety and improving our mental as well as physical toughness. Good form and effort are the bench marks for our clients success. Monday February 24th 6:00 am The Reverse “Douchebag” Mobility warm up[…]

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Barbell / Kettlebell Conditioning Workout

Today’s workout is a Barbell Conditioning / Kettlebell workout   Mobility warm up Cardio – Medball Throws 15 reps – 30 secs rest 5 sets Barbell Work Standing Barbell Strict Press 5 sets of 5 reps Close grip Floor Press 5 sets of 8 reps V Grip Lat Pulldown 4 sets of 12 reps Ketllebell  Work 5 Rounds of Right Side 5 Cleans then 5 Presses Left Side 5 Clean then 5 Presses Rest Periods During your Barbell work Keep[…]

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Awesomeness at Hostyle this week

Some of the cool stuff that we saw at Hostyle this week….     Sabina adding some intensity to her Bring Sally up Push ups     Young Doug getting ready to Crush it on the Prowler!!     The 3 Amigos hitting some partner push-ups at the 7 pm general conditioning class Sean looking a little sideways after hitting the “Douchbag” Challenge in just over 50 minutes   Salima doing her first chin up ever!   Capt Smash teaching[…]

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You gotta stay Motivated to succeed!!

How to Stay Motivated in the Gym Staying motivated is not always the easiest thing to do, especially in fitness, where it’s a journey of progression. Think to yourself, have you ever gotten a gym membership and were extremely excited to get back into shape? You even bought all new gym attire.. you were convinced that you were going to start working out and stick with it for good. Unfortunately that didn’t last as long as you have wished. Here[…]

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Workout of the day

Tricep Hell – Bench Press Assistance work

Tricep Hell – Bench Press Assisstance To be sure Triceps are the “Meat” of the bench press, its also a muscle group that represents 2/3 of our total potential arm size. So listen up you guys in search of the 21” Arm. Monster Triceps are they key to pressing power and T shirt busting arm size! I find the triceps can and need to be hit with variety of training protocols. One of which is developing brutal tricep toughness and[…]

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Tuesday May 28th 2013

Warm up 8 minutes Workout Round 1 Barbell Cleans 21 Burpees 9 Run 500m Round 2 Barbell Cleans 18 Burpees 12 Run 1000m Round 3 Barbell Cleans 15 Burpees 15 Run 1500m Round 4 Barbell Cleans 12 Burpees 18 Run 1000m Round 5 Barbell Cleans 9 Burpees 21 Run 500m Mobility Cooldown

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Workout Archive

Friday May 24th 150 swings 40 spiderman push ups 40 clean and press then lunge left then right 100 swings 30 spiderman push ups 30 clean and press Lunge left lunge right 50 swings 20 spiderman push ups 20 clean and press lunge left lunge right Guys use the 24 kg bell for swings Gals use the 16 kg bell Monday May 20th Long weekend Finisher As with all Monday on long weekend we run a 7 pm blended class[…]

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Prowler Finisher, getting back to training

Well, the expansion at Hostyle is almost completed, there are still some small things to finish. Everyday i spend an hour or 2 after close to work on the smaller details. That being the case I have also been remiss in my workouts as of late. I think I hit 2 workouts in the last 3 weeks, and boy do I feel it. So Sunday Jess and I came in to hit a bench workout and discuss some Hostyle coaching[…]

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Hostyle Youth Conditioning – Teaching the Kettlebell Swing and Hip Mobility

The kettlebell swing is one of my favorite go-to exercises for teaching younger athletes how to hinge from the hips and develop that explosive power necessary for all sporting activities.   In order to utilize the hips effectively an athlete must first recognize that the hips are where all of your power comes from and in order to harness that power they have to be able to engage their glutes, hamstrings and adductors to drive their movements. This is the basic[…]

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Deadlift Seminar Was a Blast!

Last Saturday was a blast! Students came from as far as Toronto to learn the proper techniques and some inside tips to deadlift like a beast! “Captain Smash,” Jesse Howland, and the boss, Curd Hos, gave students an in-depth look at how to lift weights from the floor. Students learned not only the different types of deadlifts but also how to properly do each one — such as the conventional deadlift, the sumo, straight-legged, Romanian, rack pulls, and more. Jesse[…]

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