That’s great. Here’s what I use
So very true!! Small changes give the biggest results.
Yes indeed. If it’s something you can’t live with, it won’t work for you.
This is for everyone, especially those who may not have access to a gym. When teaching stewardship classes or counseling individuals on their finances, ditching the gym membership is often required to get their budgets to balance, but I tell them not to use that as an excuse for not working out. The good Lord has given us everything we need to exercise: gravity.
These are the calisthenic and stretching workouts I do at home, to keep a variety.
Today was Friday fight round 1 for my IM30 and it kicked my butt. I was drenched, then had to clean house. Finally relaxing watching some trash tv haha here is a little look into what today was. The burpee to lunge seriously suck along with anything involving legs haha hope you all have a beautiful blessed Friday. My 1 year old is crying
anything with “burpee” in the title is guaranteed to suck. I know only one cal that sucks worse: 8-count body-builders, or as we called them “8-count Motherf$*#ers”
I effing HATE burpees!!!
He makes that look easy! Bahstahd.
I hate them with a vengeance. They are killing.
Why even bother.
Today in numbers:
20 000 steps
Ooh my gosh, that’s one of the workouts on IM30!!! I HATE THEM, but love the soreness lol
I’m doing t25
Haven’t been able to do much, got stuck with a stomach bug. But should be back at after the weekend!
Participating in a Golf Scramble this morning. I’m extremely bad at Golf.
Is it a best ball scramble? I love those, although I admit I am actually pretty good at golf!
I wouldnt play if it weren’t best ball. I’d never make it to the green. I still enjoy playing even if I have terrible form and a horrendous hook.
Just being out there with friends and enjoying the day is what golf is all about for me. If I hit one really good shot, it makes my day!
“Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an ever smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose.”