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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Make Big Plans!

Make big plans

...that's the best way to make big things happen.
Write down your plans. Share them with trusted colleagues. Seek out team members and accomplices.
Shun the non-believers. They won't be easily convinced, but they can be ignored.
Is there any doubt that making big plans increases the chances that something great will happen?
Is there any doubt that we need your art and your contribution?
Why then, are you hesitating to make big plans?

I loved this little blog entry from Seth Godin's Blog. 

What are your big plans, your dreams? The first step is to write them down, think about where your gifts lie and follow through. Surround yourself with people who are positive thinkers, who bring light and energy into your life.  Every day, move one step closer to your goals, even small steps are steps!

I am enjoying this wonderful warm weather, its been a long cold winter and we have been inside all winter long working on our weights...doing our bootcamp outside is SO appealing right now!  Tonight's workout!

100 Wall Balls for time to warm up!

Run the club to the back porch:
50 Dumbell swings
Run to the front porch
50 Air Squats
50 floor wipers
for 15 minutes we will do the following:

30 seconds DB burpees
30 seconds rest
Repeat for a total of 15 minutes, counting TOTAL number of reps.

To do a dumbbell burpee, you will hold a dumbbell in each hand (10-15 lbs each) hanging at side. Lower the DB to the floor and do the push up portion of the burpee. Bring your feet back in and jump slightly up.

Protein Packed Pudding: 
This simple recipe is great to kill your cravings while helping you reach your protein needs for the day. Play around with different flavors to match your individual taste preferences.
  • 1 box of sugar free fat free pudding mix
  • 1 1/2 cups skim milk or soy milk
  • 1-2 scoops protein powder
  • I also sometimes add in some Greek Yogurt for extra flavor! 
Prepare the pudding according to package directions, using the slightly reduced volume of skim milk. After pudding consistency has been reached, blend in the protein powder and then chill to let set.

When was the last time you tried something new?

Sweat silently.  Let's have no squawking about a little expenditure of energy.
-Martin H. Fischer

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