“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself” – Leo Tolstoy 4 rounds (NFT) 5 Russian KBS (moderate) 5 push-ups 5 Sum DL HP with KB 5 squats Metcon (Time) 4 rounds for time 15 DL (225/155) 400m run or 20/16 AB cals CAP: 14min
3 rounds for quality 5 strict t2b / strict hanging knee raise 20 DUs 1 wall walk Metcon (Time) 3 rounds for time 20 DUs 10 burpees 5 “Bear Complex” (155/105) Don’t stop when you’re tired. Don’t stop when you want to. Stop when you’re finished.
WOD EMOM 10 Odd: 2 alt. TGU Even: 5 wall squats Burgener Warmup: 1. Down and up (shrug/extension) 2. Elbows high and outside (high pull) 3. Muscle snatch 4. Snatch land 5. Snatch drop 6. Hang power snatch Overhead Squat (5-5-5) Snatch Balance (3-3-3) Hang Squat Snatch (1-1-1) Low hanging fruit doesn’t taste
In 2010 I weighed 280 lbs. Despite my efforts to be healthier and lose weight, spending hours in the gym multiple days a week and trying to “eat better”, nothing was working. I wasn’t seeing any results. I was discouraged. Being so unhealthy and so far from where I wanted to be, I started
Research says you’re 10x more likely to solidify a change in behavior by making a New Years Resolution vs if you didn’t make a start-of-the-year vow. TEN TIMES. Not too shabby. Seems like you’re off to a great START. In order to achieve goals/change, we have to set GOALS and identify our desired change. Nearly 45% percent