Tune Down

Patience, n. — A minor form of despair, disguised as a virtue-

People are cynical and honestly: Why wouldn’t they be?  All of us are overworked, trampled on, paying more for yoga class and coconut water.  Our dreams are slowly fading away and struggling to find meaning.

Dark clouds seemingly consume the conversations we have with friends and family. Is talking about Doom and Gloom useful? It some instances it can be, just not today.

Today we challenge you to find the courage to be optimistic!

The Plan-

CultFit Body

The Workout-

Happy Hips, a little Balance Beam work and Skipping Rope (if you “jump rope”?  Try again).  Followed By:

CultFit Alone


Roll a Single Die three times: 100,200,400,600,,800,1000

It’s KB Swing Medley time peeps!

Left Hand, Right Hand, Double Hand, Single Bell (HEAVY), Side Step Swings

Hard Style!  Roll your precious die carefully … The number it displays is the amount of Swings you will be performing!


True personal awaking and change happens thorough conversation, Dear Friends.  Open up and comment below about anything in your life, purge these thoughts from you.  The more Random the better … ENJOY!!!

CultFit Today

14 Comments on “Tune Down”

  1. CultFit says:

    A year ago today we lost our dear friend and family member, Barney.

    You are so very missed to this very moment mate.

    • bgddyjim says:

      We lost our dog, Moose, last year… Some Saturdays I still go to grab the shovel to pick up after him… I still think he’s going to come rushing at me when I walk in the door. Though I don’t miss the former, I sure do the latter.

      • CultFit says:

        It’s amazing how pets become such an integral part of your family. I’m totally with you in regards to picking up the back yard but man do I miss sharing peanut butter toast with him in the morning!
        Take care mate and have a great weekend with your family!

    • Awww – a beautiful beagle! We lost our beagle 2 years ago – he was 16. They have the most amazing personalities and are so loving! So sorry to hear about your loss. We still miss our “Puppy”

      • CultFit says:

        Barney was and still is a dear member of our family. Him and our Son were “Partners” in numerous crimes around the house. You are so correct: Beagles are awesome!
        I hope you and doing well today, take care. 🙂

  2. Jill says:

    A thought I had on the bus this morning: I wonder how long it will take for people to stop pointing to their wrists when they ask someone for the time? I can’t even recall the last time I saw someone wearing a watch (and it would require people to take their eyes off their phone).

    Also, when I thought of the idea for today’s JJ.com motivational poster, you instantly came to mind: http://wp.me/p1V2tE-23W

  3. urbanbeings says:

    Sigh, pets really are part of the family… I am sorry you lost your friend. Take care and be well.

  4. LizForADay says:

    Today was one of those days when I wanted to quit my job and come back to the states. I miss being home for the holidays. It is not that my job is so bad, I just miss home. When I have moments like that I just think about the blessings that I do have by working here and I am back on track. Since it is the holiday season, I am sure there will be more of those days.

    Have a great weekend. 🙂

    • CultFit says:

      It’s always hard being overseas during the holidays, I could try to sugar coat it for you … There is no way around it though. They say separation makes the heart grow fonder and I believe this to be true. Being away from my family for all those years helped me to realize just how blessed each and everyone of us are. It’s hard mentally Liz, it is … 🙂 Please take care this lovely Sunday morning and be well.

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