Teams of 3
Complete As Many Reps As Possible in 20 Minutes:
* Rotate as needed *
This is what kids have to do when there aren’t video games or tv’s.
Move it, Move it!!!!
The following article below comes from our friends at Hyperfit in Michigan. Here is what they have to say about Excuses.
There are none. If you break your hand, you work around it.
Extreme Scenario: Train for when the zombies come. Do you think the flesh eaters are going to have pity on you and wait until you are full go to eat you? No. You have to be able to work through difficulties. (Ok, probably not going to have Resident Evil happen any time soon, but you might as well be ready.)
You have to adapt and thrive under adversity. Over coming difficulties build confidence. Knowing – not thinking or wishing or hoping – you can overcome what life throws at you is the essences of confidence. Getting up one more time than you fall.
Anyone can train under optimal conditions. Any one can stay snuggly in their comfort zones. Anyone can go to their favorite bar and platform and perform. How about when the bar sucks, the ground is uneven and you have to perform? Character is developed by such adversity.
Excuses – There are none.
Do you find yourselves trying to make your workout conditions optimal? Maybe you don’t like working out on a certain side of the gym, prefer a certain type of bar, or want to warm up in a particular manner. It can even go so far as to skip workouts that contain a certain movement. We all tend to be creatures of habit and prefer to do things according to the plan in our head that is best suited for us. Maybe it’s time to put yourself outside of your comfort zone and train a little differently. Train outside when it’s a little colder, use that bar you don’t like, get disconnected from your ipod. If you can train in uncomfortable circumstances, you will thrive when you get inside your comfort zone.