Tuesday, March 23, 2010
- Chris (holding Maaia in pram) who walked/ran the 12km in just under 2hrs with a time of 1:58mins.
- Jack her son (to her right) ran it in 75mins
- Cam (in glasses) ran it in 58mins and with a hangover
- Myself and Maaia ran it in 75mins!
Great effort team and thank you so much for being part of the first ever EHP City 2 Surf Tribal Team!!! Proud of all of you for giving it a nudge!!
of City 2 Surf:
Watching the City 2 Surf participants was awesome, I mean there were people from all walks of life, which is great to see i.e. disabled people, company's, Celebrates, skinny people to really large people all "ticking" the City 2 Surf off as "done" in 2010!!!
I was pondering while running and observing all of the different cultures & people running/walking/wheel chairing (or in my case running with a pram), that in today's society of "Instant Gratification" it does NOT matter in the big picture of life WHAT you do in terms of exercise!!!
Now, I'm a person for "Optimal Training" relative to what your prepared to commit too, however if I let go of this style of coaching and look at the big picture of life......
It does NOT MATTER, if someone is doing my Fat Burning Metabolic Circuits (which I believe is the most effective and efficient way to drop fat fast while increasing strength & lean muscle) or just plain walking, which is a inefficient way to lose fat when comparing calories burned over a 36hr period!
What matters in the big picture of LIFE is that someone MOVES more then they currently do NOW..... Sure there are exceptions to this rule, however most people say they want "the best" workout but the "best" is a relative term i.e. if they currently do no workouts just 3 is a achievement, who cares what it is (in the early stages)!
So while I still believe in "optimal training", we still need to be compassionate to those that "just move", yes, they will believe that what they do is "good & ideal" however, it's better someone moves then someone who does not?!
So start moving, and in the journey of 'moving' you will find OPTIMAL TRAINING and when you are ready for optimal, I will be waiting :-)
Friday, March 19, 2010
Cam Steer - Victory
Won his MMA Fight at Fight Sports Night on Saturday March 13th 2010 via rear naked choke in 1st round.
Phil Looney - Bugger
Lost on the same card in a Thai fight on points decision, I've heard it was a real close fight!! Next time Phil, we'll close the deal :-)
Jay Hepi - 13kg!!
Has lost a total of 13kg since starting, we have hit a plateau at the moment however with regionals in Kapa Haka coming up, I'm sure that will be breaking through it!!
Shannon Alexander -
in Dead lift by 15kg
Shannon is the 4th female I've coached to dead lift 100kg, this is an awesome achievement since last year was her first year training EHP Style for BMX Strength & Conditioning!! Oh, she's only 14 & weighs 58kg!!!! I know, real cool!!!
See, females should lift heavy! :-)
Kate Alford -
Is competing in her first 109km bike race next week, so this will be interesting to hear how she goes in this journey, I'm sure she will make it look as easy as her 100kg dead lifts for reps!! :-)
She has lost 5cm in 5wks ___________________ (the line represents 5cm) around her waist, that's 1cm a week!!
Here's how it looks for Denise in 5wks to get this awesome result with MORE TO COME!!
- Train 4x per week = 2 Metabolic Strength & 2 Metabolic Conditioning
- Record her Food
- Eat According to the 9 Habits of Fat loss
- Be Positive
- She has missed 3 sessions over 5wks!!
- Her eating is around 70% across 5wks compliant, we aim for 90%!
- She's honest about what she eats & not ashamed of it i.e. Positive!
- She's not afraid of "hard work"!
- We've dramatically increased her Lean Body Mass i.e. Muscle! So her weight is the same BUT her clothes are a lot looser i.e. she's getting ready for new dress size :-)
To finish, I've posted the stuff we can "measure" the stuff you can't measure as well is confidence, life performance, belief systems, mindset, attitude etc... and these things mean more to me because these "life skills" are what determine your character as a human being and the impact you will have on others!
Thanks for reading have a great day and Kia Kaha = Be Strong....... In your training and in life EHP Tribe/Whanau!
Lastly, 3 EHP Clients are also completing the City 2 Surf this Sunday. Cam, Jack, Chris & Me (running with a pram). This is the first time we have put a EHP Tribal Team in the City 2 Surf, so looking forward to more!!
Thursday, March 18, 2010
MacDonald's and Weight Watchers has "teamed Up" to provide the consumer a meal that will only give them 6.5 points according to weight watchers points scheme! Read Article from NZ Hereald here
I don't blame either party, I mean they are a business & they are looking for ways to grow that business! HOWEVER, this is planting of the seed to give the perception that MacDonald's are "healthy" and the kids today will believe that in 10yrs time......
I'm not "anti" MacDonald's, I believe the consumer needs to take responsibility for there eating behaviours, however to those that don't know, this also gives them the excuse to dine and wine at MacDonald's.....
Let's face it, how often do you go to MacDonald's to get a "light meal"???
There are many examples like WW & Mac's teaming up....
E.g. I'm not Anti All Blacks but a parent/kid who doesn't know any better would believe that Powerade is the drink to "scientifically" improve performance when simple H20 would do the trick before they are dehydrated.....
Oh, the All Black Marketing team have that one covered as well and SELL us bottled water when 99% of the nation can drink water straight out of the tap!!!
At the end of the day, it comes back to YOU the consumer to add more "filters" to what you believe & perceive to be real and straight out crap!
That starts by questioning things you perceive to be true, just like a 2 yr old asks WHY 24/7 :-)
Until you question "status quo" you will fall victim to what ever comes your way i.e. that will be inches around the waist in FAT & behaviors that support it with ignorance to justify it!!
So while I don't approve of this planting of the seed, I have always believed in raising your Health & Fitness I.Q & this is why.......
Kia Kaha = Be Strong & exercise your most powerful muscle, the brain!
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Here's me selling you on the idea of FITNESS MAREKETING!!
Don't fall for the salesman fitness pro on the internet who is more about $$ & marketing then, actually helping you i.e. they go for masses then core groups of people!
Here's reality that isn't pretty but it is REALITY!
- Don't buy pills for fat loss
- Don't buy fitness toys for fat loss i.e. swissballs, KB, TRX's
- If you don't understand the fit pro's concept, that doesn't make them clever!
- Increase your training from what you do now i.e. 1 extra workout
- MAKE sure you eat 4-6 x per day and DON'T worry about what at the start!
- Decrease the amount you eat at each meal
Your mind will have all sorts of questions about why, what, how, when to the steps 1-2-3 and that is the REAL challenge, putting your mind talk to sleep and GETTING ON WIT IT!!
The real secret to your success is applying the above and increasing your biggest muscle between your ears!!
Now, get to it and stop falling for the BS fit pro's out there trying to manipulate your thinking to "their way" is the only way!!!
The new EHPFitness.com will be raining on the BS in the fitness world, I'm sick of the crap and manipulation/lies to the masses about fat loss, fitness etc.... So I'm going to recruit the real deal trainers & experts and have an open forum on topics like these!
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Today is a Summary of my learnings of "detoxing & fasting"......
My Goals for doing this 7 Day Detox;
1. Clean my system from the Inside (From time to time we need to "cleanse" our internal cells & organs, allowing our body to revitalize and rejuvenate!)
3. A fun Challenge! (Can I even do it? What "stuff" will come up to enable me to justify certain behaviors....)
lots come up and I did do it and oh yeah lots of stuff came up :-)
My Measurements March 3rd 2010: LOST Measurements March 11th 2010:
WT = 91.2kg 4.6kg 86.6kg
Arm Flexed = 39cm 1cm 38cm
Chest = 104cm 3cm 101cm
Waist = 91.5cm & Skinfold = 28cm 2.5cm & 6mm 89cm & Skinfold 22mm
Hips = 95.6cm & Skinfold = 25mm 3.1cm & 10mm 92.5cm & Skinfold 15cm
You could argue I've lost Lean Body Mass (LBM = muscle) I suppose it's not really an argument, but where's the problem?
The benefits I have received are well worth losing some LBM!!! Any GOOD trainer trying to add some LBM to every client because we all know, the leaner you are the more efficient you are at burning calories!
BUT, the awareness I have gained in loss of the muscle...... that my friends is the real secret to fat loss & or muscle mass!
Thanks for learning from this journey,
Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Here's what Wikipedia had;
Body cleansing or detoxification is a treatment in alternative medicine which proponents claim rid the body of accumulated harmful substances that exert a negative effect on individual health. Many scientists argue that such cleansings are often unnecessary, and are based on questionable or disproved scientific claims.
I believe the above is partly true!! I also believe before I started on this journey that people do detox's for the wrong reasons i.e. weight loss only! Sure, depending on what detox you do this is opportunity to make this happen!!
But, what I think people truly miss out on, is the opportunity to "change their ways" or habits. I mean what's the point of doing a detox then getting straight back into the way you WERE?!?!
This truly doesn't make sense to me......
This is why, my mindset has always been to "explore me" and give my internal system a break from the stresses we impose upon our system, it had NOTHING to do with weight loss!
I think if you are coming from a perspective of weight loss then you will be on a yoyo diet train all your life, jumping from one "secret diet" to the next AND you will hate every single one and your body will be a representation of that as well, big to small to big to small etc....
As Day 6 is done and dusted, it's real interesting this whole "detox" thing.
Detox or Fasting is a form of cleansing "internally" and a opportunity to "explore" you! If you can look at it from this perspective then you can make real life long changes!!
I'm no expert at this stuff, but what I do know is that from the perspective of "exploration of me" I have found a new depth to health, mentally, physically & spiritually!
I hope this helps shift your perspective on diets, exercise, detox and the simply fact that all of them are a JOURNEY not a destination!!
Kia Kaha = Be Strong!
Monday, March 08, 2010
I have to admit, I struggled in the first 1/2 of the day with some of my mind talk, I think there were a couple of reasons for this;
- I didn't eat my juiced dinner the night before
I was real comfortable with not eating, I didn't feel there was a "need" to eat it!
- I woke up & got up at 5am (on a Sunday), in my sleep I broke my headphones!
This annoyed me most of the morning, I do my meditation through Holosync which a CD based meditation with headphones ON!! So to have broken a $150 headset is a bit of a piss off!
Regardless of the above, OVERALL I'm at peace with everything, I've mentioned this in day 3! Here's what I put on Face Book yesterday;
"Now tat Ive accepted hunger, I now GET how u can be @ peace with hunger! Who would of thought Maori boy from Putaruru would figure that Jedi shit out!"It's the strangest feeling, I mean sure I have to check myself to not look to the future of Day 8 and "wanting" something when I'm there!
I've read lots of books about "being in the moment" (Dan Millman The way of the Peaceful Warrior, Eckart Tolle The Power of Now & A New Earth are 3 of my favorites) and I've got it through Meditation at times, however it seems to be with me throughout this Detox/Fasting Journey...... Funny, because knowing something intellectually is NEVER the same as knowing it "EXPERIENTIALLY"
E.g People have said to me, I could run a marathon if I trained for it!
I'm sure you can but knowing that you could if you wanted too, to actually DOING it is a whole different level of "knowing"!!
Now, I'm enjoying every gulp of my juice or every spoonful of my brown rice with raw veggies! While I'm in this state, nothing is a problem, I'm at PEACE with myself & the world!!
It's the best feeling to enjoy the simplest things!!!
Hopefully you get what I'm saying intellectually & if you have been their (really been there) then you know exactly what I mean!!
Well that's some of what I've been contemplating and become so much aware of! I'm also going to explore a greater depth of how much meat we eat in modern day society.
I mean back in the cave man days as I think it is...... I doubt very much that eating meat every night was in their diet, I'm pretty sure they would of rotated their protein sources (not consciously) but due to seasons, hunting etc......
E.g. They may of had birds 1 night and fish the next then nothing for 3 days, other then plant protein while they hunted a T Rex or something!
So from what I perceive the cave man days to be, it makes sense in modern day society we consume meat/dairy way too much?! I won't get into the organic meat argument today.
So this is why, I think it's worth exploring this! More so now that I have had no meat the last 5days and I have had greater depth of sleep, greater concentration, less flatulence and smell! (Side Note: I don't think no meat is the only reason my sleep or concentration has improved, being at peace has a greater impact then meat I believe!)
This is what the Detox is all about for me to EXPLORE me and my perceptions of what I thought or currently think, sure I'm down 4kg but it's not like I was obese or unhealthy prior to embarking upon this journey!
I'm so grateful to have had and taken the opportunity to "detox/fasting & explore" me, without doing this I would still believe/think the same stuff without any regard to something deeper!
Take care and have a great day!
P.S. The ULTIMATE proof of knowing someone is at "peace", is check their home life!!! And here's what my lovely lady has got to say in response to my Face book comment above;
Babe you ares doing really really well on your detox its day five and your still of sane mind!!
Fuck if it was me i would have eaten my own fucken arm by now!!... and probably try to hide it!! xoxox :-) proud of ya!
She has a way with words :-)
Sunday, March 07, 2010
Well it's day 4 write up so I guess I haven't quit yet!!!
I have to say, I'm real "peaceful" with my hunger, the strangest feeling (for me). I mean, if I was hungry in the past I WOULD EAT, no questions no drama no attachment to the type of food, I would just eat!
This has served me well, I mean I don't care what I eat hence why this Detox is "easy" to eat, sure some of it like the Wheat Grass drink takes a bit to get use too, but where people will say "I can't eat that I don't like it", for me if it's good for you, I'll eat it (mostly)! Brasoul sprouts are still crap!
Actually, since embarking on this Detox journey, my life has been "peaceful" (post 30hrs), nothing seems to bother me I just go through my day at "peace"! If something comes up in a form of perceived stress, I just deal with it without the emotional attachment. Sure, I may have 30sec of grrrr, but I can't think of a time that it has impacted me more then that!
INTERESTING, when you "connect the dots"!
Here's another interesting point; Protein & Meat!
I'm a protein based eater, it's how I prefer to eat and it's what I'm most comfortable doing i.e. too many carbs only play havoc on my system, where meat does not......... or so I thought!!!!!!!!!
This detox has been a "no meat" and mostly veggies juiced, with 1 main meal of brown rice & raw veggies for lunch. I'm pretty staunch on my protein thinking I mean it has served me well relative to carbs!
But what can serve you can be your double edge sword! Without any meat in my diet over the last 4days, I've noticed things like;
- body odour
- All smell different & a lot less of it!!
Now, this leads me to believe that too much meat/whey (or poor quality) is "blocking our system", I notice this with whey protein and this is why I prefer rice protein!
Now, I'm not saying that "meat is bad" and I'm a born again Vegetarian, BUT I am now observing meat both in terms of quality/quantity in our diet and I think this deserves some SERIOUS change in perception!!!
I don't have all the answers in this "observation" however, things people have said to me in the past about meat seem to make more sense now that I've taken meat out of the diet!
Again, I'm not saying we should remove it completely BUT it definatly should be addressed the quality and quantity we eat!!!!
Clever Mind Talk:
I say this all the time, "the smarter someone is in life and I.Q the better their justifications to defend their behavior!"
Well, F#$% me, I'm that guy!!! As painful as it is for me to admit this. I'M THAT PERSON!!
Last night, I almost threw it all away at our family dinner time AGAIN!!! I had all these justifications for it that sounded so good (to me), here's a couple;
* I'll eat fresh veggies (instead of the juiced celery, carrots, spinach etc..)
* I've achieved what I wanted, so why not?
* I'm neutral with the Detox i.e. my mind talk has stopped after 30hrs and I'm actually enjoying the limited food and REALLY enjoying my lunch of veggies and brown rice, i.e. I have NO attachment to the detox/food/habits anymore, I'm far more aware and chose with a neutral stance not to eat anything other then what is prescribed!
Sometimes, you just need to hear it straight and my lovely lady after I asked her, "do you think I'm cleverly justifying my actions of stopping for this one meal?"
"Yes, I think you are!"
So I made my juice put 3 oranges in it (not in the plan) sat down and ate dinner with the family!
Seth Godin calls it the Lizard Brain, I call it Mind Talk and this is MIND Talk at it's best!!!!! The part of your brain that puts up a form of "resistance" to make you believe what you are saying is true when something becomes "uncomfortable"!!!!
I'm grateful for this experience, mostly! Some of me is a bit annoyed that I was dumb enough or shall I be more truthful and say EGOTISTICAL enough to think I'm more aware then my own "mind talk/Lizard brain"!!!! The best learning's are those that you experience!!
So take home message today for me:
- The obsession with meat (in my life & I'll bracket all hard core meat eaters) needs to be addressed both in quality and quantity!
- My Mind Talk almost "owned" me with some very clever justifications
- I'm that guy as per above :-)
Thanks for following this journey feel free to post anything you want about it, I'm enjoying the comments and the read!
Saturday, March 06, 2010
I ate according to the plan except I had a extra miso soup before bed last night. Today was a strange day, I had no amount of "mind talk" going on today and I actually delayed alot of my eating times, not to test my man hood on starvation but quite simply because I was "at peace" with this whole detox thing and felt I had reached my "goals":
1) To Cleanse the system from the inside out
2) To break patterns that I was unaware of and explore them
3) To have fun doing it!
Now the first 30hrs wasn't much fun as I observed my mind talk "own" me, but since I "cracked it" or think I've cracked it, I have a strange "peaceful" feeling about it all.
This Peaceful feeling is a feeling of BEING NEUTRAL, I feel neutral towards my patterns. Which means I have NO ATTACHMENT to the "stuff" that surfaces. Real life e.g. When I eat my only "real meal" of brown rice & raw veggies, in that moment I'm at peace, I'm happy & grateful.
Who would of thought a "hard core" meat eater would actually get satisfaction out of a vegetarian diet, to the point that my partner and I are talking about having a meat free night, and subscribing days to particular foods! Will keep you updated on that one!
I was at peace so much I even contemplated stopping the Detox, simply because "I'm neutral" towards my stuff or most of it. In a round about way, this is what it's all about!!
Don't get me wrong there is still stuff that comes up e.g. I miss eating with my family, sure I eat with them but it doesn't feel the same. The other night they had rice and chicken, I'm not a rice fan normally but I was like it would be nice to eat the same as them and be a "part" of our family dinner.
So the question remains........
Will I stop the Detox? I don't know, a part of me says it's ok cause you are "neutral" and then another part of me says, "justification" for stopping.
What do you think?
Am I a failure?
Do I need to harden up?
If I stop the detox....
Or is it ok?
There's no right or wrong answer just your own thoughts, would be great to hear them!
Thanks for following,
Thursday, March 04, 2010
Weight this morning 90.5kg from 91.2kg the day before! <800grams.
Yesterday, was tough! I had so much "mind talk" about wanting to quit and how hard I wanted to quit & I had so many justifications for it as well!!
First thing today, was NO different!! I went to Yoga and had the same "mind talk" going on in my head and 1/2 way through I was thinking this is "too hard" AGAIN!!!!
Yoga turned out to be the "turning point" for me, after it I showered up and met with my lovely lady and daughter, I was still rough at this point, however an hour later when having my "main meal" at 2:30pm I thought, I've done it!!!
This is the "turning point" and I quietly ate my lunch with no "mind talk" to combat with!! I was at "peace"!!!
So I'm hoping Day 1 and 1/2 of Day 2 were my "hardest days"....... I'm hoping :-)
What my day looked like:
- 7am: Drink Lemon/Ginger
- 7:15am Wheat Grass drink
- 8am Veggie Juice
- 8:30am to 1pm MIND TALK Galore!!!
- 10am Yoga
- 11:45am Green Tea
- 1pm Meditation
- 2:30pm Main Meal = Brown Rice, steamed veggies & raw veggies
- 5:30pm Veggie Juice = Carrot and Apple
- 7:30pm Veggie Juice
- 9pm Wheat Grass & H20
- 9:20pm Peppermint Tea
So Day 2 is now done and I think I'm "over the hill" with so much crap filtering through my head and my low energy levels!!!
Energy Levels: They are a bit low due to the drop in calories, I haven't done the math on how many calories I'm consuming however I would guess that it's 1/2 of what I normally consume
Mind Talk in my Head: This is interelated with the above, when ever you go "cold turkey" your body goes through some form of 'withdrawls' & mine is having less calories......
Part of my "belief system" is I DON'T GO HUNGRY!! It's part of Maori Culture to have food regardless of occasion i.e. death, happiness etc... So to be hungry is a real challenge to me!! If I've wanted to get leaner I eat more veggies/protein and less carbs BUT I don't go hungry (or real hungry)! So this is/was my biggest challenge to date, shifting my perception around this......
What's installed for me tommorrow?
I have no idea but I'm starting to actaully enjoy it now...... right I'm off for my peppermint tea :-)
I've been getting lots of comments about the Detox and what I'm doing, well over the next 7 days I will reveal what I'm doing and how I'm progressing, it's a way for me to keep me honest and share with you the reader on my highs and lows of letting go of old patterns!
My reasons are very simple for doing this 7 Day Detox;
- Clean my system from the Inside (From time to time we need to "cleanse" our internal cells & organs, allowing our body to revitalize and rejuvenate!)
- Let go and become aware of patterns/habits I have (This is part of the explore the "mind talk" that comes up when I'm breaking habits and or being hungry!)
- A fun Challenge! (Can I even do it? What "stuff" will come up to enable me to justify certain behaviors....)
My Measurements are as follows;
WT = 91.2kg
Arm Flexed = 39cm
Chest = 104cm
Waist = 91.5cm & Skinfold = 28cm
hips = 95.6cm & Skinfold = 25mm
I have also cut back on my training as this Detox is not designed for someone who is active or in my case Very Active :-), so my training for the next 7 days looks like this;
- Wednesday 3rd March 2010 = Rest
- Thursday = Yoga (may do BJJ but not sure)
- Friday = Rest
- Saturday = Run/Walk (Preparation for EHP City 2 Surf)
- Sunday = Rest
- Monday = Upper Body Weights
- Tuesday = Yoga (& may do BJJ)
Here's what my day looked like today on Day 1 of Detox:
juice out of 1 fresh lemon and fresh ginger. Fill the rest of the glass H20
Wheat Grass & to make a green drink
Vegetable juice= carrots, beetroot, cucumber, spinach, parsley. 1 tab 1000 mg of vitamin C & 1 tbls fish oil (I ate the spinach, parsley)
8:50am Between Break-Fast and Lunch
Green Tea (I was struggling at this time, this is when I have a big breaky normally and my mind was talking all sorts of s#$%, once I had the green tea it seemed to "stabilize" my mind talk/mood!)
Brown rice with a mixture of raw & steamed vegetables = broccoli, mushrooms, radishes, spring onions, ginger, 1 cup of miso soup and extra virgin olive. 1 x 1000mg of vitamin C, 1 tbls fish oil.
(Very filling surprisingly actually!)
Carrot & Apple Juice with Miso Soup (Miso soup was not in the plan but I had it anyway)
Juice of beetroot, carrot, celery, cucumber, wheat grass, pepper, spinach, 1 tab Vitamin C. (I ate the spinach and pepper.
To sum up Day 1 in words, tiring & hungry! But it's done!!
Tuesday, March 02, 2010
7 Day Detox
Tomorrow I start my 7 day Detox where I will blog about it everyday from the, highs, food, lows, to the mind talk etc.... I'm excited about doing this Detox because it gives me an opportunity to "explore" habits and addictions that go underneath the radar i.e. unconscious patterns!
Obviously there are lots of benefits to doing a Detox ranging from;
- Weight Loss
- Cleanse from the Inside
- Increased Vitality
- Greater Energy
- Break free of Patterns
- Understand the body more
- Plus lots more
So stay tuned tomorrow for Day 1 of the 7 Day Detox!
EHPFitness.com Is Here
I've been procrastinating on making this happen A LOT FASTER, for the simple reason of my own FEAR!!!
I'm a self taught geek and I've outsourced all of this project to the "experts" which has been a blessing and challenge. Now it's 95% done and I'm holding the chain again figuring out how to use the site etc.....
This is my way of saying I'm scared again :-)
But to face this "fear", I'm going to go on record and say in April will be the realease date of the new site! I've got excuses for this not to happen i.e. baby due any week now BUT that only sounds good to me, I'm going to dig deep to get it all sorted by this date!!
Stay tuned for more details!
Monday, March 01, 2010
Discipline is one of the most (if not the most) determining factor to reaching your goals, the fitness marketing guru will have you believe it's their "secret programme" BUT I can assure you it's NOT!!!
The "secret" is showing up CONSISTENTLY and that requires DISCIPLINE to do what needs to be done in the daily grind!!!
I've set goals for the year;
- Dead lift 220kg
- Meditate 90% of the year
- 250 workouts in 2010 (Stole this number from Alwyn Cosgrove)
- Read 10-12 books, just to name a few!
- Dead lift (this has not been a focus, I just train at this stage :-)
Jan 2010 = 26days
Feb = 27days
- 250 Workouts
Jan = 10 (started late)
Feb = 19 (All MS & PE workouts are with Fighters in preparation for March 13th Fight Night.
2 x Yoga (aiming for 1 per week in March)
4 x Metabolic Strength
6 x Power Endurance
5 x Run (In preparation for City 2 Surf 12km run 21st March & 1/2 Marathon in June)
- Reading Books = 0/Nil/Nothing :-) Just started reading first book today (Cardio Strength Training by Robert dos Remedios)
Sure there is room for improvement, but I can see exactly where I need to improve to raise my "numbers" if I'm on track or if I'm off track! That's the beauty of measuring!!
Take home message of all of this, measuring what you do actually tells the story of HOW you are doing and allows you to "adjust" things to suit!
- 4 x Yoga (1x per week)
- 7 Day Detox
- Raise my total training #'s to 22 workouts
- Have read 1 book.
Thanks for reading,