Thursday, October 03, 2013

Deadlift in Denver

After a week of low-intensity, low-volume deload training, I'm back on the Squat-Press-Deadlift workout program.

I set a few personal bests today using basic exercises, low reps, and a 50-minute training session. That should wipe me out so I can sleep through most of my travels from Denver to Toronto today. And hopefully everything goes on time, unlike last time when everything was delayed. C'mon smooth sailing!

Here's a great workout you can do at home for your upper body, my meathead friends.

Pump up your chest and back with this free home workout video (& my funny face in the vid)

And here's a great ab article from a 41-year old ripped freak:

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Today's kickbutt mindset tip:
All of your hard work is just a small sacrifice now in trade-off for the huge returns you'll earn in the future. Stay strong. Never give up on what is important to you. (The key is to know what REALLY is important to you. Don't fall for false goals. Know thyself!). 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,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - Stay on track with your training.

Check out the Turbulence Training Workout of the day

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