December 9, 2014


December 9, 2014

Surviving the Holidays 

Based on attendance in classes, it looks like most of you are staying motivated to exercise during the holidays – great! I have heard a few grumblings that eating habits are falling a little short. Let’s nip that in the bud before it goes too far!

If any of you need help and support, reach out!  There are several things we can do to keep you on track. One is by food logging  – if you write down what you’re eating and you know someone will review it, chances are you will eat better. Another is education – maybe you aren’t sure what you should or shouldn’t be eating on a regular basis. And there is also formulating a plan on how to enjoy the holidays and treat yourself without going off the deep end.

We are here to help! Email me at [email protected] if you’d like some extra guidance!

Reminder: tape isn’t to wrap kettlebells and dumbbells (it pulls the paint off, leaves a sticky mess and gets pretty gross). A little chalk will give you a better grip!

Workout of the Day
Squat Clean
15 minutes tech work

4 sets, each for time of:
250 m row
4 squat cleans (Rx+ 225/155) (Rx 185/135
6 handstand push-ups
– recover as needed

3 sets of –
3 glute-ham raises
1:00 plank hold 

Post your scores to the Whiteboard.