Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Squats and Rows and Bally the Dog Sitting

I will be out on the farm for a few days house-sitting. Early this morning I drove my mother into town as she is off on a big summer holiday trip. That means I'll be looking after ol' Bally the Dog all week. So far, so fun!

Now I usually don't do this, but I drank 1/3 of one of those Monster Energy drinks and went to the gym for a big squat and bodyweight workout.

Tomorrow I'm taking a full break. I'm feeling great on the 33,333 rep mission, but I'm due for a day off.

Today's workout:

Exercise (Total reps added to 33,333 challenge)

Warmup BW Squats (100)

1A) Squat
1B) Box Jump
1C) Pushups (100)
1D) Bodyweight Row (80)

2A) Front Squat
2B) Good Morning

Now it's time to work on my 49-Day Challenge program and later this afternoon I'm interviewing Kevin Harrington, from Shark Tank. He's speaking at this event in November: www.OnlineInfoWorkshop.com

Should be an interesting day.

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Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:
Do NOT obsess about your scale weight. No One but you knows the number. If you are losing inches, it doesn't matter if the scale is slower to budge.

There are so many factors - especially for women! - that determine scale weight (your cycle, water retention, carb storage, lean mass, etc.) Focus instead on behaviors that help you lose fat.

After all, millions of people have been deterred from their fat loss program because of mistaken emphasis on body weight, rather than inches lost and how your clothes fit.

When it comes to your body transformation, it's how you fit in your clothes and look in the mirror that counts.

Forget the scale if you want to be happier! Stay strong and keep on pushing on - make the right decisions and you WILL get results. Keep on believing in yourself. You CAN do it.

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Keep on pushing on and keep thinking RIGHT,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT

PS - 33,333 update:

12 week cumulative total:

15,000 Bodyweight Squats
  • 1332
10,000 Pushups
  • 881
3,000 Bodyweight Rows
  • 320
2,000 Pullups
  • 80
1,500 Burpees
  • 75
1,500 Chinups
  • 42
333 Handstand Pushups
  • 21
= 2571/33,333 reps

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