Saturday, March 06, 2010

Workouts, Math, & Advanced Results

Todays workout: Vertical jumps, wide stance squats, medium stance squats, RDLs, ab pikes.

Might do some kettlebell stuff this afternoon. Outside. Its supposed to be 10 degrees celcius (about 50 farenheit). Did you go from celcius to farenheit, double the number and add 32. So there you go.

Today's mindset tip:
If you want advanced results, you have to take advanced measures.

This goes for anything in life, of course, but for fat loss, too many people think they can get to single digit body fat and see their abs just by getting a couple of workouts in and sticking to their nutrition plan 70% of the time. It doesn't work that ...way. If you want to take it to the next level, you have to do more than just "eat fairly healthy".

Every time I hear that line it is from someone who is not getting the results they want.

So be honest with yourself about how hard you are willing to work to get the results you think you desire,



Anonymous said...

10x2= 20+32= 52° F?

wtfree3 said...

It's actually 1.8 times degrees Celsius, but really, even at 30 C, that's a difference between 92F and 86F. Not too much of a difference in how you're experiencing it (i.e., hot).