This Thursday is Bring a Friend Day! All classes are free to try!
Just want to thank you all for the amazing year in 2018! It’s because of you guys we are able to keep the doors open and keep improving people’s lives. Without you guys we wouldn’t even exist so thank you! And hopefully the new year has many more amazing opportunities and we hope you guys will be able to stick along for the ride! We have some big ideas planned and hopefully we can make them come true! Here’s to 2019!
With the new year upon us people tend to go pretty crazy with new years resolutions! Some people love to make them, some hate it, others can’t even stick to it for a month let alone a year!
We already talked about how to go about making some goals, some other things to think about is taking it 1 day at a time, you don’t have to make it super extreme from day 1. Lets say you drink 4 cokes a day, and want to get to a point where you stop drinking coke all together. Instead of going cold turkey, maybe start by drinking only 3 per day for a week or so. Then drop it down to 2 per day for a week or so, then 1 per day for a week or so. Then 1 every other day and so on. It’s not rocket science. If you get 1% better each day, over 365 days that is quite a bit of improvement.
It doesn’t happen overnight like everyone hopes. That’s why so many people never make it more than a month or so on the resolution. They want the results right now or they give up. Don’t be that person. Small goals equal big goals if you keep at them long enough.
Another way to look at it is if I wanted to squat 400# but I only squatting 200#, I can’t jump straight from 200# to 400#. I must first squat 205#, then 210# and so on. It seems simple but progress is progress and you can’t control how fast or slow it comes. If you are consistent I promise you it will come. Maybe not as fast as you’d like, but it will come!
A. Gymnastic Strength
*Hardest variation possible (kip, strict, deficit, etc)
5 rounds for time:
20 Burpee Box Jump 24/20
*25 Min Cap