Monday, August 25, 2014

Basement Bodyweight Battle

Back to the basement today. Oh, the dirty, dirty basement and the torturous workouts we do down there.

Actually, it's really clean. haha. But the workout was still tough.

The bodyweight battle began in the basement today...

Exercise (total reps completed)

1A) Pullups (37)
1B) Elevated Pushups (100 - 50/side)
1C) Squats (200)
1D) Pushups (50)
1E) Lunges (50/side)

Then it was back up to the garage.

2A) Handstand Pushups (10)
2B) TRX Rows (50)
2C) Burpees (20)

3A) Powerblock Chest Press - 1 set to failure
3B) Powerblock 1-Arm Rows - 1 set to failure

60 minutes from start to finish including a 20-minute mobility session to start and 5-minutes of yoga to finish.

Tomorrow is Barbell Squats and then a day off on Wednesday.

BTW, yesterday was a recovery bodyweight workout. It really helped.

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Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:

Found this in the Robb Report of all places...

"Patton was dyslexic. Eisenhower was dirt poor. Churchill had horrendous depression problems, and drinking was a factor. FDR was crippled. An awful lot of people in World War II focused on what they were able to do. It's about rising to the challenge, and about what you can do, not what you can't. It's important to emphasize that." – Ken Rendell, owner of the Museum of World War II, Natick, Massachusetts

Now some harsh truth...

People will try to sabotage your day, your diet, and your determination. Do not let this happen. Identify all the obstacles that they want to impose and then create at least two solutions for each.

The best way to deal with them is to stand up and simply say no and to avoid being around them. Stay out of sight when you know they will come around desiring you to do their bidding.

Each occasion that allows you to say "NO" helps you build strength, no matter how small the victory. You must develop coping strategies. You must remember what really matters.

Write down your Rules and Priorities in life. Have them visible when the temptations come a calling. Remember what REALLY matters. The saboteur is easily defeated when you are able to show even a modicum of a strong will.

Do not back down. Stay strong and keep on pushing on! Never, ever give up on what is important to you. I believe in you. You CAN do it!

Time to get started,

Craig Ballantyne

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