Here is a quick summary of the 2019 Open Meeting we had at Reign Fitness last Wednesday.
Thank you to everyone who was able to come out and get together.
The Open At Reign:
The 2019 Open will begin with the first WOD announcement Thursday, February 21st, 2019.
The Open is for everyone, (Barbell Class Experience Recommended) who want to test and challenge their fitness. And of course have fun.
We will have Open WOD times in different heats on Thursday Nights at 7pm and Friday Nights (Time pending)
There will be more times including during open gym available for WODS once more logistics have been finalized.
Reign Fitness & Performance is not an affiliate so you will need video (someone to video) in order to submit.
5 Tips To Help You Prepare For The 2019 Open
Tip #1 | Start Fueling Your Body The Right Way
Your nutrition needs more attention as you prepare to go into 5 weeks of Open Workouts.
Not only will nutrition play an important role in fueling your performance but it will aid in recovery. If you haven't already started to focus a little more on food, like in the challenge right now, make sure that you start now as we only have about 3 more weeks until the first open workout.
Need more help? Touch base with a Reign Coach or email Nutrition Head Coach Nemesia at Nemesia@BeReignFit.com
Tip #2 | Stay Consistent With Your Training
Too often we see athletes make the mistake of trying to do too much leading up to the open.
They try to fit in two a days, overload their routine with more conditioning, more weights, more oly lifting, more workouts etc.
This is a quick way to injury and getting burnt out.
Rather than going into overdrive, it's important to trust the process of building up the necessary volume and practice through consistently going to your 4-5 classes a week.
More isn't always better.
And with preparation we suggest that you bring more attention and detail to each and every workout.
Tip #3 | Build Habits For Rest And Recovery
With an Open Workout each week for the next 5 weeks, rest and recovery climbs high on the list of priorities.
Not only will it help you moving well and pain free, it will aid in the recovery necessary to keep grinding forward.
If you haven't developed a regular mobility routine into your training, I highly suggest you start incorporating a 10-40 minute routine to help supplement training.
Identify the strategies and areas of rest/recovery that need your attention including: