Efficiency in Core Stability

Melaina Neisner | 12/17/2018 | 3


Shout out to the evening classes tonight! You were all a delight to coach and everyone absolutely ANNIHILATED the work out. Super proud of y’all.


Tomorrow we have some skill work to start classes. We’ll be getting upside down in some capacity and also focusing on maintaining core stability AND breathing without losing that stability all while we are upside down. It’s like rubbing your head and patting your stomach at the same time – definitely something that is important to practice and translates to just about everything we do (the breathing and maintaining stability). It will make working through work outs, like the one below, “easier”, and a bit more efficient!



6 wall climbs

20 lunge steps

12 toes to bar


Yes, your shoulders will probably be a little smoked from the skill work, which will make those wall climbs just a little harder than if we squatted instead. That is okay! Pick a number of wall climbs that off the bat you can do pretty consistently – and remember to keep breathing.

Lunge steps will be quick – we’ll be keeping these in place. And the toes to bar will be the metabolic aspect of this work out as well, try to break these up in a smart way to keep them consistent.

Have fun with this one team, being upside down is good for you! Try to get a little uncomfortable in the skill piece today and remember while your in the middle of the work out that all those wall climbs are also good for you and will make you stronger!




3 comments for “Efficiency in Core Stability

  1. Ben PC says:

    2+31 ALJ

  2. Roger says:

    WOD: 5+2 Rx

  3. Eoin says:

    WOD: 4+13 with ring TTBs

Comments are closed.