Friday, March 30, 2012

Tough Mudder Training in Denver

Did some incline sprints on the treadmill here in Denver today, a little tougher because of the altitude. But still a good training session and all part of my preparations for the Tough Mudder race I'm doing in June.

BTW, for all Tough Mudder trainees, the TT Adventure Race Training program is now available for all member levels at It's like the hunger games, but with less hunger and more workout challenges.

Yesterday I included kettlebell swings supersetted with KB get-ups as part of my workout. More MRT workout ideas here:

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Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
Don't be satisfied with the norm. It's okay to want to achieve special results. The world needs folks who dream and achieve big things.

You should be more concerned with leaving your mark on the world than watching someone else (on TV) leave their mark on the world. Spend your time wisely. "To waste time is to waste your life. The most important choices you'll ever make are how you use your time." – Kekich Credo #2

Build more structure into your workday by taking time and energy management seriously, and you'll have more freedom for the rest of your life. Find your Magic Time, where you get three times as much work done as any other time in the day and guard your magic time from distractions. Protect it ruthlessly and you will prosper.

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - Great article from Internet Independence reader, Ryan Murdoch, a true wordsmith:

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