Thursday, 01/01/15

Thursday, 01/01/15


Lace up the boots and get ready to rip into 2015 – maybe after a bit of a lie down today though.

Classes will be back to the normal schedule tomorrow, see you then.

Krusher’s holding on to a little welcome back prezzie until you return.

Krusher DL 2

  • Rosco
    Posted at 10:38h, 01 January

    Thanks Jim April Sandy and trainers for a awesome 2014, I really appreciate your help and friendship. Happy New Year. Cheers

  • Steve H
    Posted at 15:50h, 01 January

    Agreed. The expansion of the box and the OCD driven organisation and training has been awesome. As 2015 ends I have a very relevant question.
    What is the best way to handle raging DOMS? When is it cool/not-cool to training those really sore bits?

    • Jim King
      Posted at 17:55h, 01 January

      Depends how sore Steve. Generally best to rest the area until normal range of motion is comfortable. Light activity is good to encourage blood flow into the area, but avoid weighted movements where possible. Make sure you stay well hydrated and monitor for signs of Rhabdo.

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