Martin Luther King Jr. Day
America honors civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. every January at the time of his birthday. This collection of photos takes a look at the legacy of the famed civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner, who was assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee by James Earl Ray.
In this Sept. 16, 1963, photo, Dr. King gives a news conference in Birmingham, Ala., announcing he and other African-American leaders have called for federal Army occupation of Birmingham in the wake of the previous day’s church bombing and shootings which left six African-Americans, including four young girls, dead.
In Honor of Martin Luther King Day we will be Cancelling the 11 AM Class HOWEVER WE WILL have a 6 & 8 AM 4:30 & 5:30 PM
*AGAIN NO 11 AM*
* ALSO WISHING ALLISON AND MADISON A BELATED HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
5 min Cardio
Run, Row,Jump rope
20-30 sec each
*DB CALF STRETCH
*SUPINE WALL SQUAT
*THEN ADD PRETZEL STRETCH
5 x 5 Reps
*work up in weight few 5 x 5’s
were Going to try and just slowly increase the weight each time we do the 5 x 5’s by 5to 10 lbs a week
**16 MIN TIME CAP !! SEE HOW FAR YOU CAN GET
5 Rounds (would be the Goal so PUSH YOUR THRESHOLD AND SEE HOW MANY ROUNDS OR REPS POSSIBLE)
75 Double Unders
25 Calorie Row
7 Muscle Ups SUB MU W
14 C2B &