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  • 5-17-19... Arnold's Tips For Success

    No matter who you are this video is worth watching. It could change your life.   5-17-19
    Strength:
    Bench Press Workout:
    GHD situps/TTB x 50 then KB Swing x 21 Push ups x 12 5 Rounds then TTB x 25 for time ....

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  • 5-16-19... Prioritizing Self

    There's a great saying that you can not pour from an empty cup. I believe this to be true. We must take care of ourselves. We have to prioritize things that are good for us and not just focus on everyone else to the detriment of us. I'm just as guilty as everyone else. I own a gym and sometimes it's hard for me to get a workout in. I have to plan them out a few days ahead to make sure the time is booked. When I don't work out I feel bad physically, I feel guilty and bad about myself. It has to be a priority. Are you spending time prioritizing self? What can I do to help you? 5-16-19
    Strength:
    Deadlift Workout:
    Thrusters x 10 Lateral box jumps x 5 5 Rounds for time ....

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  • 5-15-19.... Dealing With Self Doubt...

    I came across this blog the other day "A Learning a Day." On this post he had some great things to say about self doubt so I thought I'd share it with you. You can see the real blog post here! On days we are riddled with self doubt
    It is easy to forge ahead and execute on days when we feel the wind in our sails. In the long run, however, it is our ability to maintain forward motion and optimism on days when we are riddled with self doubt that gives us a shot at making the change we seek to create. - Rohan, A Learning a Day blog Do you continue to push forward even with self doubt? That's a real key to success. 5-15-19
    Strength:
    Dumbbell accessory movements Workout:
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  • 5-14-19... Allow Yourself to Be a Beginner....

    Whenever we start a new skill like piano, dancing, art, a new language we allow ourselves to be beginners. We quickly forget that there is a process for learning behind everything that we do. Almost everything that we do is a skill and needs to be learned. Some things are learned more quickly and advanced more quickly, some things take time, but you MUST allow for the learning to take place. Eating correctly is a skill. Exercise and training is a skill. Doing specific moves in the gym is a skill. Learning to make a health a priority is a skill. Going to bed at a certain time is a learned skill. All of the things you are struggling with are skills, and you have to allow time to ....

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  • 5-13-19... T.G.I.M. The Struggle...

    Imagine if we could switch our mindset to TGIM instead of TGIF. How could you apply this to your life this week? 5-13-19
    Strength:
    Dumbbell accessory movements Workout:
    Deadlift x 7 DU x 21/Singles x 105 200m run 5 rounds for time ....

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  • 5-10-19... Happy Belated Birthday..

    Ok so full disclosure here.... I'm a dummy. When I wrote the blogs ahead of time last week, it didn't even dawn on me that yesterday's blog would've been Krystal's and Anthony's birthdays. By the time I realized it, that day's blog had already published and it was too late to change it. So better late then never. Here is my tribute to my love... When you first came into my life in 2014 in bootcamp, I had no idea how much better my life would become. We've known each other for 5 years now and I thank God every day for bringing you into my life. You're an amazing partner. You take amazing care of my children. You love them so well, it makes me want to do better daily. You make my life ....

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  • 5-9-19.... Shorten The Time Horizon...

    I read a great blog by Gabe The Bass Player the link is here if you want to check it out. In the blog he talks about shortening the time horizon for setting goals. I think it's relevant and totally applicable to all areas of life, especially fitness. Here's what he had to say: "Shorten The Time Horizon A really good way to become a pro at yearly goals isn’t to make more yearly goals. A really good way to become a pro at yearly goals is to get good at weekly goals first. Shorten the time horizon. Setting the goal, achieving the goal. Set, achieve, set, achieve. Get into a rhythm. Get accustomed to that experience. You aren’t allowed to set yearly goals until you set ....

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