Thursday, September 22, 2011

Encouragement for the Day

Big filming session today, so no "real" workout again for me. But I'll be sweating a lot and kicking my
own butt with some metabolic finishers.

Check out the photo on Facebook from my last filming session:


Today's training resource shows you how to replace intervals with metabolic finishers in your workout


Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:

"Everything that happens to me – good and bad – is my personal responsibility. I blame no one but
myself. These are the choices I've made – this is the life I'm living. I will accept the consequences of
my actions." - Craig Ballantyne Life Rule #8.

Get all my rules here


"Identify exactly what is you want. This takes a lot of thought. Then don't let anything stand in your
way of getting it." – Kekich #56

How to simplify your life and your business


‎"No one is the best at everything. This isn't a license for mediocrity. It's a reality check. It's your
permission to deal in trade-offs and pick one thing to improve upon rather than everything." –
Marshall Goldsmith

Be the best at something significant,

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - "Enjoy life. Treat it as an adventure. Care passionately about the outcome, but keep it in
perspective. Things are seldom as bleak as they seem when they are going wrong – or as good as
they seem when they are going well. Lighten up. You'll live longer." – Kekich Credo #55


Mon said...

Hi Craig,

I was wondering if you could help me adapt the workouts (sets, reps) if I am a girl that is looking to put on muscle mass in the legs but mantaining my upper body as it is (as it tends to grow much faster than my lower body).

Which E-Book should I get and apply your recommendations to?


Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS said...

Hi Monica, this is the program you should be using:

Monica said...

Thanks Craig, where can I purchase this?
If I am not looking to lose weight I should just keep up with my actual caloric intake, am I right?

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS said...

From this link

And yes, you are correct about the calories.

Mon said...

Craig, thank you for the answers! I took a look at the wkout you suggested and I think it is too much workload for my upper body, should I decrease the number of sets for upper body? As for the lower body, do think the program will help put on muscle mass, because it seems it will just make it smaller!

Thank you for your time!!