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It's winter, you're in the last two weeks of the challenge and the promise of a great holiday season. So, get outside and move!
“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way, becomes the way.” – Marcus Aurelius
After the rush of Thanksgiving, you're on your last lap to the Christmas Eve finish line. Sounds like a good time to up your meditation game among other things.
This is Thanksgiving week and you're going to have a lot on your plate - travel, food, and family. But, you can still stay on plan.
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Replacing the phone in your life with kettlebells every now and then? Sounds like a good way to make fitness work.
As humans, we’ve crafted our environment to make life easy. While that’s helped us get where we are today, it comes at a potential price.
This week, almost the halfway point, we get to full appreciate the kettlebell swing as well as those times when we ditch the smartphone for real.
Even if you're just starting out at 40, you can be as fit as most 20-year-olds with some dedication and a sensible workout plan.
It's a good time to clarify purpose and values in order to maintain motivation and to keep moving with purpose, of course.
We are in the middle of a 3-week cycle educating ourselves in unique ways even as we challenge our mind and body through our efforts.
The second week of this challenge is the beginning of a 3-week cycle to push you through the rest of the month.
Pre-emptive strike: prepare yourself for the flood of food and merriment that's coming your way through the holiday seasons this winter.
You can coast through the last few months of the year, or you can stroll into your holiday gatherings healthier than you've ever been with this 11 week challenge.
No matter what your condition, an understanding of your physical strengths and your weakness is important to your success.
Build your own workouts so that you can get in, get it done, and get out of the gym on your own terms but with something that works just the way you want it.
More work, less time, bigger pump. What's not to love?
CrossFit’s next contribution should be to send a very real message of responsibility in proper training and appropriate program design.