Nutrition Challenge has begun. Make sure you are keeping up on your points each day!
Here’s a write up of the Nutrition Challenge Rules if you need to see it HERE
Bring a Friend Day is this Thursday. All classes are free, bring someone!
It’s a new month, we need new goals on the goal board!
Time is just flying by, we are now in March. Any day now we’ll see that snow melt and get some sunny weather and spring flowers, at least I hope!
With it being a new month, you already know what we need. New goals on the goal board. Remember the whole point of these goals, are to actually work on them. Not only work on them, but how can you tell a difference in a month? How can you measure your progress or work? Think about it for a second. Saying you want to “lose weight” is a great goal. But HOW will you lose weight? HOW can you measure your progress in a month? HOW can you have a plan to help with the weight lose? WHAT steps can you take to help keep you on track with that goal?
These are all things to think about. Yes sometimes we come up with this grand idea for our goals and then after about a week we give up. Why? Remember that small goals become big goals over time. You don’t need some huge goal each month. Something as simple as 5-10 minutes a day can make huge gains. Think about how much time that is. 10 minutes a day, lets say I do it 5 days a week, is 50 minutes per week. In 1 month that’s about 3 1/2 hours dedicated to that craft. May not seem like much. But just think about doing double unders or pullups or muscle ups or mobility for 3 1/2 hours. Chances are you would improve don’t you think.
Keep the goals simple, and actually work on them. Hopefully the open has or will open your eyes on things that you can improve on. Remember to find the main root of the cause. If strength is the issue, is it because you move poorly, lack mobility, lack speed, etc. Pointless to get stronger and keep the same bad movement patterns. Be honest with yourself and keep it simple and you will improve.
A. “Shoe Shine”
100 Deadlift 185/120
*Every break stop and do 7 Handstand Pushups before continuing. RX+ Strict Handstand Pushups
*14 Min Cap
15-20 GHD Situp
20-30 Banded Pull Aparts (palms up)
20-30 Banded Tricep Extensions