Most people find it easier to say yes – even when it means compromising yourself, your goals or your beliefs – than saying no and coming up against possible confrontation or disapproval from our peers. We need to get better at saying no – and feeling comfortable with it. Often the hardest person to say no to is that voice inside your head that tells you to quit, give up or eat foods that don’t support your training. BodyRockers call this voice Brutus, but as with almost everything else in our lives the buck stops with each of us, and ultimately it’s about each of us deciding what is important and what we want for ourselves. Saying no to things that don’t support our life goals takes courage and discipline, but it also opens up the door to saying yes to all kinds of positive experiences that actually support the direction that we want to go in our lives. When is the last time you said yes to something (even when you really wanted to say no) that had a negative impact on your training or your fitness and health goals? What strategy might you try using in the future to avoid this self compromise?
Enjoy your training!
Freddy, Zuzana & Sean
- Keg Press with Sandbag50sec.interval
- Plyo Push Up with Ugi50sec.interval
- Ninja Warrior Jump Tuck with Sandbag50sec.interval
- Burpee Knee Up with Dip Station50sec.interval
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This workout is 12 minute long interval training so you will have to set your Interval Timer for 12 rounds of 10/50 seconds intervals. There is a circuit of 4 different exercises that you will have to go through 3 times. Your goal is to complete as many reps as possible during each 50 second interval. You will have exactly 10 seconds in between each exercise to write your reps down and move on to the next one.