July 5, 2011

Just survive.

The scorcher may not look bad on paper (do we always say that?)…but look at this…what’s left of Ding Dong…So come get yours.
**930A class CNX tomorrow for Pags Memorial (all other classes as usual).
**Saturday JULY 9: 830-930A Combined Class Only (due to IM ABLE event at 10A).

Warm Up: Skills — Squats/1leg DL
Circuit: 6Ct, Scissor Lunge, 6inches, ACSquat, Pikes, Squat Jump, Elephant Walk, 1 Leg Squat, Step Pushup, Alt Side Step (still friends even after a StepPU competition)

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    James July 6, 2011 Reply

    Kudos to JJ for not only surviving the workout but rockin’ the July Incentive beforehand!

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      wicasa Yatapika July 6, 2011 Reply

      In the midst of that there were times when the encouragement I heard from the masses was the inspiration that kept me going…that requires a massive effort from not only your body, but from the strength you have stored deep inside your Spirit…I could not have done that alone! Thank you! JJ

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        Ed L. July 6, 2011 Reply

        JJ…I survived the scorcher and did the workout…thanx for showing me to just do it!! Definitely have to dig deep your Spirit and keep driving..even when you don’t have anything else to give…you push yourself more.

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    matt July 6, 2011 Reply

    Both Ed and Maria tonight scorched the scorcher! Both showed exactly what that workout tests…once you ditch the bar, how quickly can you get right back in it…Ed’s 12:12 put my lungs on fire just watching! Outstanding work! Next up: Dan Pham tomorrow night.

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      James July 7, 2011 Reply

      12:12?? Holy smokes! Great job Big Ed!

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    wicasa yatipika July 7, 2011 Reply

    Awesome job Ed and Maria…12:12…you are a Phreak!!

    Some inspiration:
    “Quitting because we are weary, fatigued, or drained feels as though it is the right thing to do. Weariness whispers to us, telling us, begging us to stop, to quit, and simply give in.

    As at many places along our Journey, we reach a moment of choice. We must remind ourselves that the choices we have made have brought us to this moment. We must further remind ourselves that quitting, stopping or giving in is a choice and not mandatory, no matter how seductive the voice of weariness may be.

    We will always serve ourselves best to take one more step, no matter how small or slow or painful it is, or in spite of thinking that all we have is that last step. We owe it to our Journey, and ourselves, to take that one last step – then determine what to do after we have taken it…” Joseph Marshall III

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    Maria N. July 7, 2011 Reply

    Thanks to everyone encouraging me last night, too. The workout looks rather benign on paper, but as is everything, it’s all what you put into it!! Like Johnny says, quitting is not a choice around here–but it’s sure a lot easier when you have a bunch of people yelling for ya!

    “We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is- discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”
    Jim Rohn

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