New Year’s Eve WOD
- 31- KB Sumo DHP 55/35
- 28- Sit-Ups
- 31- Pull-Ups (Ring-Rows)
- 30- Burpees
- 31- Knees to Elbows
- 30- Wall Ball
- 400m Run
- 31- KB Swings 50/35
- 30- Box Jumps 24/20
- 31- Push Press 65/45 (1-arm push press)
- 30- Double Unders (or 90 Singles)
- 31- Calorie Airdyne Bike
- 30- Sledge Hammers- total
- 400m Run
Happy New Year!!!
When making your RESOLUTIONS:
Your daily accomplishments can be big, but keep your commitments small.
Often this is both a humbling and liberating experience for people, especially people who are well educated about health and fitness.
- Humbling, because we often kid ourselves into thinking we can do much more than we actually can. (And that’s both normal and entirely okay.)
- Liberating, because when we realize that the only way to make a big change is to make a series of small ones like these, “consistency” and all that it brings finally become possible.
The question most people have is here, though, is: will that actually work? Will such small changes actually do anything?
- The answer is yes, when done in sequence. Once the first one is done, the second one is even easier, and so on. It’s amazing how powerful “making things easier” actually is.