I was reading through some of the old blog posts and happened to find one that Armen wrote way back in 2011. The point is pretty straightforward: we were not made to sit around, we were made to move around and do cool stuff. Check it out:
Stay moving. Stay active. Don't get dusty. Dust settles on those who sit around, on those who do nothing. Think of the things that get dusty: clothes you don't wear, shoes you don't use, movies you don't watch. These are all superfluous, useless, and unnecessary. You are none of those. You are not meant to be dusty.
Dust settles on the dead too. As long as you have breath in your lungs, blood in your veins, acid building up in your muscles, you better use it. Dust settles on the dead and it's the responsibility of the living to not be dead. So don't get dusty. Don't stop long enough for things to settle on you. Don't settle long enough for something to settle on you.
Run, jump, lift, scream, listen, critique, learn, move, and don't get dusty.
David knows that rowing every day keeps the dust away!
A. Max set of handstand push ups
Max handstand hold
B. Every 3 minutes for 5 rounds:
15 thrusters (45/33)
10 toes to bar
Posted by Commish