Monday 12 March 2012

Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired-

Chances are according to our Webz Stats Department: 99.856% of you are going to fill out a tourney bracket sometime today and stress out over it for three weeks or so.  To the peeps reading over seas in lands far away:  You are better off for not knowing what it is, truly you are!


Let’s make sure we have your year in Random Fitness straight this morning:  New Years resolution Failed.  Get Fit for Valentines Day- Failed.  Give up Something Horrid for Lent- Failed…Get Fit during March Madness…Hmmm?!?

How many of you find yourself in this position early in the year?

Over the past weekend we had the unique opportunity to sit down and relax for once.  A chance to talk amongst friends at the pool and the park is always time well spent.  One topic the we have been kicking around for a bit and tossing at you is that of Changing the Definition of Fitness.  Time to put on your “Think outside the box caps”…more to come tomorrow!

Time to turn the cage…page we meant page!

The Plan-

Today’s Sign of the Apocalypse: 

Did you enjoy the Cage video as much as the Kony 2012 video that went viral last week?  This is not a political fodder post nor is this blog for that matter although if we step back and look at the KONY viral video phenomenon we learn a bit about ourselves.  We need some facts first!  Where did we put that darn Google Machine last…

Should You Donate?

Want Some More Info to Pry You Down From Your Righteous Perch?

Just A Bit More?

The Workout-

Pulled from our “…On the minute” Signature Series here at CultFit HQ:

Trail Run or Swim for an hour followed by:

“On the minute”…

5 Perfect Pull Ups, 5 Perfect Push Ups, 5 Goblet Squats

Allow the clock to serve as a guide rather than a motivational tool working against you.  Take a few minutes early on to develop a solid flow and rhythm…Then gently ease into pushing progressively harder.


The goal of the Workout today is not to kill it for 30 seconds and rest until the top of the next minute.  Five reps works for us to start and ease into each movement…make changes if you see fit. Develop a flow where you are constantly doing “Something” other than looking like a train wreck…Have a great healthy day and ENJOY!!!