There are two types recognizable coaching, on-the-floor, and off-the-floor.
The on-the-floor coaching is obvious, helping people set up, execute and understand complex motor skills, pushing when they need to be pushed, holding them back when they need that.
Off-the-floor coaching is less obvious. Bri and I are trying to manage your health, wellness and motivation. Meaning we directly and indirectly deal with your issues with food, injuries, physical and mental capabilities, limitations and social issues.
These things all impact your and our experience at the gym.
As 2015 starts to wind down as does any year, folks tend to get busier and busier. And excusier and excusier. The hardest part is showing up. After you do, I guarantee a shift in attitude, some endorphins and the feeling that you've accomplished something.
You're only as successful as how often you make it a point to put yourself first.
That's right. Numero uno. You. This may be the only time in your day to day that you get to put everything else aside and take care of you. So make that turn onto Mulberry when you really just want to go home and veg and wallow in your miserable day or have to stare at bills and crack open another bottle of vino.
Put yourself first. And when you do, everything else gets a little bit better. The best way to do that is to show up.
Handstand push-up skill work-
HSPU, freestanding HSPU, HS walk, etc.
3: work, 3: rest of
500m row then alternating pistols. Score is AMRAP KB swings.
10E, 5, 5, 3, 1
10E, 5, 5, 3, 3, 1
10E, 5, 5, 3, 1