Wednesday 11 January 2012Posted: January 11, 2012 Filed under: Random Workout | Tags: 2012, common sense, crossfit, drive, energy, fitness, health, motivation, perspective 6 Comments
You cannot depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus-
Beware the story of the “Easy” explanation…Far too often we are hyper obsessed with finding the proper motivation to start a new workout program that we forget the “Easy” part to it: Following through.
Motivation is in the mind; follow-through is in the practice.
Pulled from the “This seems oddly similar” series here at CultFit HQ
Bike/Swim for about an hour (you have been quietly turning up the intensity we hope?) Followed by:
100 One Arm Perfect Presses (each arm always starting the movement with a Hammer Curl-Rack Hold-Press)
This is more of a Core-Spine workout than you would initially think…The moment you grab the floor with your toes that energy you now have is transferred to every part of your body. Just as a tree has roots to fuel and nurture its growth; so do you, ENJOY!!!
Doomsday Clock Clicks Closer to Midnight
I am so in love with this blog, I had no idea about that social experiment with Joshua Bell, that’s insane.
Wanna read a baller article on the Doomsday Clock? I found this gem last night: http://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/01/10/oh-noes-doomsday-clock-1-minute-closer-to-midnight-thanks-to-global-warming-other-concerns/
Just trying to capture the spirit of the thing…Thank you for sharing the link!
wow that is absolutely incredible and mind blowing. thanks for sharing that story!!!
Sadly, It happens everyday when we stop to think about it.
Great post, and thanks the liking “How Brushing my Teeth Inspired Daily Fitness” on Live Healthy, Look Healthy. The Bell story really makes you think!
It sure does and thanks for stopping by!