Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Back in Toronto

Just arrived back in Toronto. I slept 10 of the 15 hours on the flight home. Time for a nap and then a deadlift workout on thursday AM.

Fortunately while I was engaged in the closest thing to time travel as possible, Certified Turbulence Trainer Mike Whitfield was putting together this week's challenge workout:

The TT Metabolic Chaos 300

Do the following circuit ONE time, resting when needed. Form takes precedence, and you can't move onto the next exercise until all reps are completed. Time yourself.  The next time you perform this workout, try to beat your previous time.  

Bulgarian Jump Squats (10/side)
Pullups (10)
Triple Pushups (30) – 10 Decline, 10 Close-Grip, 10 Normal
Narrow Stance Bodyweight Squat (30)
Spiderman Climb (15/side)
Chinups (10)
Ab Wheel or Stability Ball Rollout (20)
Prisoner Swing Lunge (10/side)
Decline Pushups (30)
Total Body Extensions (30)
X-Body Mountain Climbers (15/side)

Alternating Single Leg Burpees (10/side)
Stability Ball Jackknife/Pushup Combo (20)

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
"Life's challenges are not supposed to paralyze you, they're supposed to help you discover who you are." - Bernice J. Reagon

If you compromise with your own conscience, you will weaken your conscience. Soon your conscience will fail to guide you and you never will have real wealth based on peace of mind. – Napolean Hill

"If people can find hypocrisy in you, it will be your quickest route to self-destruction." - Matt Smith

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

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