What is your core? There are lengthy explanations and shorter explanations of what is considered your "core". Here is a list of the main components of the core: Pelvic girdle/pelvic floor muscles, transversus abdominis, multifidus, internal and external obliques, rectus abdominis, erector spinae, and the diaphragm. Some people will include the gluteus maximus in there … Continue reading Core Values
It's 2016. Time to face those things that make you hesitate. That one thing in the workout that you dread. The scary part that puts you out of your comfort zone. Through change, we grow. If not now, when? Everyone has something that makes them a little uncomfortable or hesitant when dealing with fitness. For … Continue reading Facing Fears
Hello my people! We are off to Thailand today-December 2nd! This is the official (much delayed) honeymoon trip. See ya'll when we get back!
5 Rounds: 1 minute at each station1 minute rest after the entire round (after 5 min.) Count your reps each round to try to get one more each round. KB swings Battle ropes-alternating waves burpees situps wall sit/row *If rowing, count the calories as reps. TGIF!!