One of the most important aspects of making fitness a part of your life in the long term is planning ahead. Without a plan, the obstacles and challenges life throws your way can easily derail you from your fitness goals.
Our current Paleo Challenge is a perfect opportunity for you to practice planning for long term fitness. Sticking to clean eating on a daily basis requires a good plan on a weekly basis. For some, this might mean preparing your food for the week in advance or at least creating an outline of a menu for the week ahead. For others, simply taking a few moments in the morning to determine what you'll eat that day and where you'll get your food is enough to keep you on track. One of the best ways of evaluating whether the plan is working requires logging everything you do in detail. When it comes to your nutrition, write down what you eat, when you eat it, how much you ate, and briefly how you felt that day.
As with all things fitness related, your coaches are here to help you. So let us know if you need assistance with planning ahead!
"Fight Gone Tabata"
Complete 8 Tabata Intervals (20 sec on/10 sec off) of the following
five movements for total number of reps (plus calories rowed):
Wall Ball (20/14)
Sumo Deadlift High-Pull (75/55)
Box Jumps (20")
Push Press (75/55)
Posted by Zareh.