Wednesday, October 13, 2010
I Love Thursdays!
what's your favorite day of the week? I hope that you find something amazing about everyday that you live!
Have you ever hurt yourself when working out? Felt a twinge in your back, knees, regretted it later when you couldn't move? When you do injure yourself, there are a few things that may increase the speed of your recovery. First and foremost, when you feel yourself get injured... STOP! Don't continue working out. Immediately after your injury, to increase circulation and keep the swelling down, ice the area for at least 10 minutes. Continue icing, as frequently as possible over the next several days. Keep moving... anything you can do to enhance circulation will help. Also, I would try "hot/cold" showers. Spray cold water on the injury for 30 seconds, followed by hot water for 30 seconds... repeat this 5-7 times. I always try to remind my participants, to listen to your body...back off when you need to... be SMART!
21-18-15-12-9-6-3 reps for time of:
Unbroken Kettlebell Swings
7 rounds of:
Every 3 minutes complete:
Run to fence and back 2 times
12 walking lunges
In this workout you will run fast as possible and then immediately complete 12 walking lunges, level 1 participants, no weight, level 2 and 3 use dumbells. Seven intervals total....
10 Rounds for time:
15 Deadlifts (Pick yourself a challenging weight; we’ll help you if you’re unsure)
Turkish Get Ups...
10 each side
repeat this 3 times, adding weight each set...
Veni, Vedi, Vici (I came, I saw, I conquered) Julius Caesar
if it doesn't get bugs or bacteria, why is it ok for your kids?