The workshop was very informative and Sara Cheatham,& Bob Orr put all of us through our paces and then some! My little sweat bucket had to be emptied several times and the area I was standing in looked like a flood zone. 8) Well, maybe not a flood zone, but today had to be the hottest and most humid day to date this year. I highly recommend attending a workshop. Even though I had my copy of Sara's Strength by Sara, nothing beats being in a working environment and getting some great hands on tips and insights into the Kettlebell and how Z mobility techniques can help you fix certain tight areas in your body so that when you explode into your moves with load, you will do it with the confidence in knowing that your technique and moving with purpose will actually keep you from getting injured.
It was great meeting all the folks in the group and making new friendships. Looking forward to the Kettlebell Chapter in my life and all the great stories to come from my trials and victories to come from this endeavor.
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
During my walk today, I was thinking about what workout routines I would use this week while I await the release of Insanity. It has now become a fun activity looking through my P90X workouts, Kate Smith's Type II U, and my new dvd for my Kettlebell training Strenght by Sara.
Have to give a shout out to my Son Keith for suggesting I listen to some Linkin Park "Hybrid Theory" for my workouts! It is amazing what music can do for a body! 8)
Life is all about the journey...don't beat yourself up if you fall down. Even if you fall flat on your face, you are 5foot 8inches closer to where you want to be.(If you are my height).
Balance in food choices, activity choices, is really what it is all about. Once we start to settle into one thing, we start to plateau, lose interest, and eventually give up. So this week, I want everyone to mix it up!