18 Minute AMRAP:
Row for calories
Partners B & C
100 KBS (53/36)
100 Meter bear crawl
Friday’s workout calls for front squats and double unders.
We are just a few weeks from the start (February 10th) of our next Habitap Challenge! It’s coming so fast but we can’t wait to get started.
So how does it all work?
10 Weeks, 7 Habits, 1 Step at A Time
Drastic lifestyle and diet overhauls don’t work. That’s why instead of doing everything at once, we focus on instilling 1-2 highly effective habits every two weeks. By keeping things small and manageable, Habitap sets you up for a health transformation that lasts long after the challenge ends.
Here’s what you can expect over the 10 week challenge:
Weeks 1 & 2 – Quality Foods + Happiness
You’ll eat from an approved food list and take mini-challenges that focus on improving your overall level of happiness. These two form a powerful combination that boosts your motivation, energy and overall quality of life.
Weeks 3 & 4 – Protein + Veggies
You’ll eat a prescribed amount of proteins and veggies based on a super simple hand measuring method. This makes it easy to fuel your body with what it needs the most.
Weeks 5 & 6 – Water + Sleep
You’ll build a strong sleep ritual and prioritize your water intake. This sets you up for nourishing, restorative sleep and healthy hydration levels that make a huge difference in your daily energy.
Weeks 7 & 8 – Exercise
Now that you’re feeling good, you’ll establish exercise routines that take things a step further. You’ll start small and choose from our recommendations in order to experience all the benefits that exercise brings you.
Weeks 9 & 10 – Finish Strong
No New Habits. Instead, you will continue to track your progress with a focus on improving the habits you’ve struggled with the most.
On February 1st at CrossFit Apollo at 10:30 am, we will have a kick-off meeting to give you a walkthrough of your user dashboard and answer any questions you might have about the challenge.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
Throwback of the Week:
“During a 3:30 class years ago Parker and Jake decided I should be on their shoulders during the whiteboard discussion. I was always impressed with the 3:30’s ability to ignore those two.”
– Wes Gardner