Beginning, Middle, End

Beginning, Middle, End


FRIDAY’S WORKOUT (NO CAP)
COMPETITION

Quarterly Check-In Week
“CFLA Bodyweight Total”
2 minutes for max reps of each of the following:
Pull-ups
Push-ups
Sit-ups
Squats
Rest exactly 3 minutes between movements (each movement starts on the 5:00 mark of a continuously running timer)
Score is total cumulative reps of all movements

Original test date: 1/11/13

AND COMING MONDAY (CAP)

CFLA LEVEL TESTING WEEK
All classes this week will be focused on CFLA Athletic Level Testing. Please make sure you’re prepared by reading the emails we’ve sent out regarding the level tests, what they are, and hot to take them. Remember that if you’re not ready for a level test or for the next level yet, no big deal… you’ll spend your time in class training the elements that you need work on. Here is the planned schedule for Monday:
6am – L1 or L2
7am – L1 or L2
10am – L1 or L3
Noon – L2 or L3
1pm – L1 or L3
5:30pm – L1 or L3
6:30pm – L1 or L2
7:30pm – L1 or L2Today marks the end of the Spring Whole Life Challenge… and while the accountability and positive benefits of being in the Challenge make it something that makes me say, ‘I wish it weren’t ending,’ it wouldn’t be the same without a beginning, middle and and end. For those of you who have participated in the challenge, I’d love to hear about just one thing you’ve taken away this time around (for many of you it’s your 2nd, 3rd or even 4th time through). For me, my big takeaway, was trying to make the WLC really mimic my real life – no ‘playing for points’. Takeaway is (hopefully) that my life doesn’t change much on Saturday after the Challenge is over (except for some ice cream and saved, frozen birthday cake). What’s yours?

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Can either of them get any cuter? Ha!

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