50 Box Jumps (24/20)
50 Jumping Pull-ups
50 KBS (35/26)
50 Walking Lunges
50 Knees to Elbows
50 Push Press (45/35)
50 Wall Balls (20/14)
50 Double Unders
Tuesday’s workout calls for pull-ups, strict press, rowing and L-sits.
Quote of the Week:
“The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.”
November Meter Challenge – Men vs Women
Who is ready for our November Meter Challenge?! Starting Monday, we want to see who can log the most meters in November, between Men and Women. As of right now, the only prize is bragging rights. So who is the dominant gender? Men are here to prove that the “man flu” is not fake and they are truly the tougher gender. Women go through childbirth, so it’s not even a question that they will end up victorious by the end of the month. I guess we will find out…
Here are the rules:
Grab a “Meter Log” at the front desk at the beginning of each week. Log all your meters throughout the week and turn in to the front desk each Friday.
You may log ALL meters done in and out of class. This includes warm-ups and cooldowns. This also includes meters done outside of the gym that include exercise, sport, or hiking.
You CANNOT count your steps throughout your normal day. Only those done in exercise, sport, or hiking.
You can ONLY count meters traveled during sports (soccer, basketball, etc.) or hiking if the distance can be accurately calculated. NO GUESSWORK!
The following activities will NOT count towards your meters:
And anything else that is obviously cheating. Have integrity.
Not all meters are equal. Below is a list of ratios for different forms of exercise:
Run 1:1 – 100 Meter Run = 100 Meters
Row 1:1 – 100 Meter Row = 100 Meters
Ski Erg 1:1 – 100 Meter Ski Erg = 100 Meters
Hike 1:1 – 100 Meter Hike = 100 Meters
Bike or Echo Bike 1:4 – 100 Meter Bike = 25 Meters
Swim 4:1 – 100 Meter Swim = 400 Meters