1 Round of:
50 Meter sled push
10 Russian kettlebell swing
100 m run
4 sets of:
15/12 Calories row
100 Meter sled push 100/50
15 Russian kettlebell swing 55/35
Rest 3 minutes between sets
2 Sets of:
100ft sandbag carry
100ft farmers carry
Happy Birthday Joe Nolan!
Food for Thought Friday – The Importance of Tracking
Many of you have performance and/or body composition goals. Are you mindful of what you’re putting in your body or are you blindly eating? If you’re not tracking, you may be falling short of those goals.
I am “friends” with many people on MyFitnessPal. The vast majority of these people have goals, but aren’t tracking or tracking only the good days. Many are struggling. Some are in denial. Consistency is king.
I’m not suggesting that tracking become a lifelong thing. No one wants to whip their phone out at every social function and enter their food. However, it’s a good experiment to see, in black and white, your current intake, then determine how it needs to change in order to get where you want to be. Then, you track until you feel comfortable knowing what a typical day should look like. Or, if you are going off your healthy eating plan from time to time, you track so you can work in the indulgences and still hit your daily macro goals.
Don’t be in the dark! Be real with yourself and build good habits by tracking. It takes just minutes a day.