We are about to close up the year of 2019 and enter a new year. Year 2020 (yes I know, it is 20 years ago since we stepped into the twenty-first century…!). I love this time of the year, not only because of all the festivities but as a time for reflection and change as the new year approaches. I don’t believe in New Year resolutions to speak quite frankly. Mainly because most New Year resolutions last for about a month and then people go back to their old habits. But it is good to reflect on your current situation. What patterns do you seek to change in the new year? More importantly, are you looking for growth as a human? Personally I would like to change my family’s consumption patterns to work for a better and more sustainable environment. Drive less, recycle more, avoid coffee to go cups, avoid food waste and fly less. As a human I would like to recover more efficiently, read, study and educate myself in areas where I need it, and I would like to be more disciplined about eating plant based food. More importantly I want to settle my thoughts and be okay with doing what’s right long term and avoid any or all shortcuts.  Easier said than done, I mean who wouldn’t skip a few steps and avoid the uncomfortable.  But that’s not the growth I am talking about, I am talking about choosing the harder path and being in for the longterm game. Let’s try that approach in the New Year and see what happens. I am pretty sure it will be worth it!

 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Coach Char! 


Tuesday’s Workout

“Let Me See You Strip”


20 Deadlift (225/155)

30 Power Cleans (135/95)

40 Shoulder 2 Overhead (95/65)

50 OH Squats (45/33)

EMOM 3 Burpees


Wednesday’s Workout 

In 2:00 SKI ERG Max Cals :1:00 + Max Target Wall ball Shots

4:00 – Rest

In 2:00 ROW ERG Max Cals: 1:00 + Max Target Wall ball Shots

4:00 – Rest

In 2:00 AS BIKE Max Cals: 1:00 + Max Target Wall ball Shots


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