At the end of the circuit, we did a finisher. We had 2 teams who all had to do a wall squat and hold it for the duration of the activity. One by one we had to get up, put a russian log behind our heads and had to do 10 step ups on to a platform, then get back in to the wall squat position. This was good as it acted as an exercise, and a cool down.
I think the session went well, and I believe it was beneficial as it tired me out slightly, I felt like it would improve my general fitness, as well as muscular endurance.
I think the first week of my training program was a success. I did not find it too strenuous and I enjoyed it. Therefore, I believe it was a success. Next week, I will be increasing the weights I am lifting by 5kg.
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