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Tuesday 7.13.2021


Overhead Squat
5 – 5 – 5 – 5 – 5

“Fast Break”
For Time:

400 Meter Run
40 Overhead Squats (45/35)

Tomorrow’s Forecast:
Kettlebell Swings – Burpee Box Jump Overs – Rope Climbs

Question of the Week:
Would you rather have the power to control weather or freeze time?

Box Brief:
Weightlifting clinic is Saturday at 11 am with Coach Ricky. There are only 12 spots available so sign up fast! The cost is $20 (paid to Ricky).


Monday 7.12.2021


11 Rounds:

7 Deadlifts (115/85)
7 Push Press (115/85)
7 Toes to Bar

Tomorrow’s Forecast:

Overhead Squat – Run

Quote of the Week:
“I destroy my enemies when I make them my friends.”
Abraham Lincoln

Box Brief:
Registration for the Apollo Games is live!! There is a sheet of paper on the whiteboard for anyone who is looking for a partner.


Friday 7.9.2021

“Pain Killer”
For Time:

Buy In – 100 Double Unders
21 – 15 – 9
Shoulder to Overhead (135/95)
Cash Out – 100 Double Unders

Recipe of the Week:
Here is a great one-tray bake that will make dinner with the family easy. Try this Quick Chicken Roast.


6 thyme sprigs, leaves picked
4 anchovies in oil, drained, chopped
2 teaspoons dried oregano
1 teaspoon chilli flakes
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 garlic cloves, chopped
Finely grated zest of 1 lemon
8 Lilydale Free Range Chicken Thighs (bone in, skin on)
800g baby kipfler potatoes, halved lengthways
100g speck or streaky bacon, cut into 5mm-thick batons
250g baby truss tomatoes


1) Preheat the oven to 200C.

2) Combine the thyme, anchovies, oregano, chilli, oil, garlic and lemon zest in a bowl. Add the chicken and turn to coat. Add the potatoes and toss to combine. Place on a large baking tray and scatter over the speck.

3) Cut the zested lemon into wedges and add to the tray. Season and roast for 40 minutes or until chicken is golden and potatoes tender. Remove from the oven and top with tomatoes. Roast for a further 10-15 minutes until tomatoes are blistered.

4) Squeeze over roasted lemon juice to serve.


Thursday 7.8.2021

“Card Game V4”
Complete Deck for Time:
teams of 3
Hearts = Shuttle Runs
Diamonds = Box Jumps (24/20)
Spades = Russian Twists
Clubs = Dumbbell Squat Cleans (35s/25s)
Jokers = 100 Meter Buddy or Farmers Carry

Meme of the Week:
Or you’re a dog person….


Wednesday 7.7.2021


“Storm Chaser”
3 Rounds:

3 Minutes – Row for Calories
2 Minutes – Burpees
1 Minute – Power Snatch
2 Minute Rest

Tomorrow’s Forecast:
Run – Box Jumps – Russian Twist – Cleans – Farmers Carry

Recovery of the Week:

Here are some simple tips about hydration for the week. Make sure to down those fluids!


Tuesday 7.6.2021

“Lat Syndrome”
6 Rounds:
2 Minute AMRAP:

10 Toes to Bar
200 Meter Run
Max Toes to Bar
2-minute rest

Tomorrow’s Forecast:
Row – Burpees – Snatch

Question of the Week:
Would you rather live on a houseboat or in a cabin in the mountains?


Monday 7.5.2021

30 Rounds:

1 Power Clean (225/155)
5 Wall Balls (20/14)

Tomorrow’s Forecast:
Toes to Bar – Run

Quote of the Week:
“What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Box Brief:

Congrats to Kira for being the July Member of the Month at Apollo! Scroll down to learn more about Kira.

Happy Independence Day Kira!!!
Thank you for agreeing to be our Member of the Month. We’re pumped for everyone to get to know you better. Let’s jump right it.

You were raised in Vegas. What was it like growing up here?

Growing up in Vegas was the best! I know that Vegas can get a bad rap but it’s Home and always will be to me. I graduated in 1998 from Green Valley High School. And I have so many fun memories from those days. The good old days of the 90’s like I tell my kids. No cell phones, it was so great!
Favorite things about growing up here: Old school Wet N Wild, Enzo’s pizza, MGM Grand Adventure Park, TCBY, Excalibur midway games, hanging at the galleria mall and just being able to swim all year long!

Name 2 things most people don’t know about you.
I’ve cut my shins open to the bone on box jumps in 2 countries. The first time was my first month at Apollo after foundations. I remember laying on the ground next to my box and Chad coming over to check things out, probably thinking I had just scuffed it up a but when he stuttered and said that looks pretty bad, I knew I had broken some kind of record. The second time we were in Mexico. Taylor had just taken me off restrictions for box jumps and the workout happened to be weighted lunges and box jumps. It was the second round and somehow the box either grew a few inches taller or jumped back a foot from where it was supposed to be. Regardless of how it happened my unblemished shin was now cut to the bone. Normally I’m super impressed with my husbands negotiation skills when he’s trying to save the family money. However watching him haggle with the guy who was supposed to stitch me up in the Mexican emergency room didn’t seem like something my Prince Charming would do.

I love to read, but I can’t listen to audiobooks or read off of an iPad or kindle. It has to be a real book in my hands. I’m currently finishing Lone Survivor. I never really knew much about “Murph” and I might have even had a subconscious resentment towards him because somebody decided to honor his memory with a hero workout that wrecks my life every Memorial Day. After reading this book not only do I think he’s one of the coolest soldiers to ever live, but I also hope to shave a couple seconds off my next Memorial Day workout.

What is your most embarrassing moment thus far in your life? Go ahead. You can tell us.
We had been married less than six months, basically still kids. It was over 20 years ago but I still remember it like it was yesterday. I don’t remember which friends reception we were at but I do remember standing next to the punch bowl talking to Bill and Sandy (names have been changed to protect the innocent). The music was loud and we were all going through the motions of small talk. You know, “why is Vegas so hot?” or “that Mambo #5 sure has a kickin beat!” Small talk, stuff that doesn’t really move the needle too far one way or the other. Taylor’s version of small talk goes something like this: (while patting Sandy’s belly) “when are you due?”. Bill’s response “she’s not pregnant”. You would think that someone’s most embarrassing moment would involve that persons own actions. I’m here to tell you that’s not the case.

Tell us about you and Taylor and your kids and what your favorite family tradition is.
Taylor and I were married March 3, 2000. He’s the absolute best and I’m the luckiest girl! We have 4 amazing kids (well teens now).
Bennet is 19 and serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Currently living in Kansas City Missouri until Samoa opens their borders for travel.
Nya is 17 and is excitedly looking forward to a “normal” Senior year at Arbor View High School.
Talan is 15 and can’t wait to get his license in a few months.
Cohen is 13 and would spend all day on the golf
course if he could.
We have a lot of family traditions that I love but top of my list is probably that all my kiddos sleep
in the same room every Christmas Eve and then wake up together to the sound of Santa’s jingle bells.

If you could have a conversation with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

I think having a conversation with Walt and Roy Disney would be amazing! Just hearing about how they successfully made their dreams into reality.


Friday 7.2.2021


“Who’s That Lady”
20 Minute AMRAP:

4 Rounds:
5 Strict Pull-ups
10 Kettlebell Goblet Lunges (53/36)
15 Sit-ups
90 Double Unders

Recipe of the Week:
Looking for something new for breakfast? Try these Waffle House Egg And Spinach Scramble.

avocado oil spray
4 cups raw spinach
4 whole eggs, lightly beaten
2 slices (~2oz) reduced fat cheddar

1) Set a nonstick skillet on medium heat and once hot, spray with avocado oil.  Toss in the spinach, and if needed, add 1-2 tablespoons of water to the skillet to create steam to wilt the spinach.

2) Once the spinach has completely wilted and reduced in size, about 2 minutes, add the eggs to the skillet.  Pull the eggs from side to side using a spatula to scramble them.  Once the eggs are nearly cooked to your desired consistency, add the cheese to melt over the egg and spinach mix.  Cover the skillet, remove from the heat and allow the steam from the food to melt the cheese.

3) Once melted

4) Add the cheesy eggs to the hashbrown bowl, or enjoy them as part of a balanced (breakfast) meal.