Train hard and with intention. The hour you spend training should be focused and driven towards reaching your goals. Don't forget - your training should be fun!
My Latest [Training] Posts
This is how I ended up here...writing this blog post. I figured I would share a snippet of this morning's stretch that I did post-5K run.
This workout is a real butt-kicker and can be a workout on its own if you get a good warm-up prior. You could also include this workout as part of a training day. I completed heavy squats prior to this EMOM and then added a bit of accessory work at the end.
This workout is a killer combination of full-body conditioning and upper body strength building. This workout will take you 15-20 minutes.
You can use your journal to assess your training and nutrition. Your journal will reveal things like lack of sleep, lack of scheduled rest and lack of food as potential culprits hampering your progress. Now you can take steps to correct these problems.
As promised - here is the Holiday Workout that my clients and friends completed at the beginning of December. Get your timer out and get ready to sweat!
I figured it was about time that I make a workout for all of you. I'm perhaps coming out with a bit of a bang, but that's sort of my style. This workout consists of 450 reps.
Obstacle Course Race lesson of the day: "The true test of a champion is not whether he can triumph, but whether he can overcome obstacles".
It is interval training with a twist - no need to keep your eye on a timer...but when that street light comes up get ready to kick it into high gear!
Society does not set the bar of what I am capable of. society does not set the bar of what I achieve.
I set my own bar. And when I beat it? I set it again.
Anyone who has ever taught someone how to complete a hip hinge movement will know what I’m talking about. It can be a difficult move to master for someone who is a) new to working out b) has only been squatting or unfortunately c) has trained their body to do it wrong.