Well gooooooood morning, darlin’ face!!! It’s a snowy Monday here in Colorado and even though I absolutely hate being out in the snow and would rather stay indoors all day long, I still will make sure I make it into the gym today! Just because winter has begun doesn’t mean it’s time to hibernate.
So let’s talk about that. Because I think it’s pretty easy to forget about our goals when seasons change and our earlier goals from the New Year are forgotten. What was your New Year’s goal? Do you even remember? Or did you put it to the back of your mind? Did it have to do with your workout routine? Were you trying to get in shape for the summer? Were you trying to feel good in your skin for once? Or have more confidence? Whatever it was…did you accomplish it? And are you still accomplishing it every day?
It’s ok to forget about your goals….as long as you’re still accomplishing them. Maybe those behaviors have become second nature so you don’t have to think about them anymore. But if that’s not the case, it may be time to reevaluate. What are your goals? And are they the same as last year? With seasons changing, sometimes it can be a little tough to stay motivated. I remember when I first began working out and I was training for a half marathon. And when winter came, I refused to give up, even when it was snowing outside. I still made it work because I had a goal that I wasn’t going to forget about.
Goals weren’t created to be forgotten. They were created to be accomplished. So don’t let the season drag you down. Get after it! Your body deserves to be cared for, it deserves to move, and it deserves to be appreciated no matter the time of year! Now go crush a workout!
Sunday – Rest Day
Max rounds in 3 minutes of:
3 power cleans (135/95)
Rest 1 minute. Repeat for a total of 5 cycles.
Post rounds completed for each of the 5 cycles – I have no clue what I got, I’m guessing 21-22 rounds
Tuesday – 10 Pilates Studio Session
Wednesday – Rest Day
Friday – CrossFit Broadway Class
14 mins to find a heavy Hang Snatch – I got to 115#
Then 15-12-9-6-3 Reps For Time Of: (12 min time cap)
Hang Squat Snatch (135/95)
Muscle Ups / Burpee Pull Ups
I finished in 10:48 using 75# and doing burpee pull ups
Free Travel Workout:
12 alt pistols
50 double unders
10 handstand push ups
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