Wednesday, May 12, 2010

How should you measure your workout progress?

Hi Everyone..

I was just reading this: "To get something you've never had, you have to do something you've
never done"
You MUST step outside of your comfort zone to get results in EVERY
aspect of your life....

Very Timely!

Today is the first day to enroll in the Summer Boot Camp Blast! ( )

and I was just thinking..why do people do the same stuff over and over expecting results to vary...

I won't even get in to my mental laziness theory..but however..

Tonight at Boot Camp I will be running the 2nd Test of My Iron Man 2 workout... I put this together last week and It requires No weights or special equipment..

But I use it as a measuring tool...

You see at my class we use kettlebells, dumbbells, bands, stability balls...all the cool things we need to keep the workout challenging and getting results...

But how to we track your progress?

It's workouts like the one we are doing tonight..

We have a set number of reps and stations...maybe you take all 45 minutes to finish the first time...maybe you don't finish..maybe you go through it quickly...

Either way, the next time we do can beyond any doubt see how you are getting stronger, have more endurance, and more energy...

And that is REAL time proof that your body is getting better!

Save $84 a month on Bootcamp by joining for the summer:

Rafael Moret,CSCS, NASM-Cpt

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