chris
March 29, 2011

Tuesday Attitude: Efficient Intensity

Great thing about our workout style is that you can do it even when you’re in a pinch (at home, at a park or traveling).

1) Less is more: Even while traveling you can hit a globo-gym…and get in and out in 25 mins…warm-up, 21-15-9 (KTE, HP, Box Jump) and some hill sprints. Done. The folks trucking it out on a treadmill and lifting weights for 60 minutes…that’s great for them if that’s their thing…but our thing is RESULTS…and that only comes from High Intensity Training…fact.

2) “Anytime, anyday, anywhere”  -Nat King Cole: We do high intensity athletic conditioning b/c the overall athleticism developed transfers to many, many contexts from competitive sport to military/law to household chores…always ready to go; athletically prepared for everything!

Intensity…Intensity!

chris
Comments
  • Scott March 29, 2011 Reply

    OK. I give up. Where’s JD working out, Fitness 19? It looks like a grocery store parking lot in Maryland (410). And who was taking the pics?

    • Jan March 29, 2011 Reply

      Yep. Fitness 19 in Columbia MD. Soccer tourney. Not a speck of chalk in the whole place – guess they didn’t want getting anything too dirty!

      Those boxes (or box-shaped frames) were scary! Was so afraid my toe was going to clip the edge and I’d be out the window.

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    Gretch March 29, 2011 Reply

    that kettlebell really must weight down her carry-on bag!

  • weesa March 29, 2011 Reply

    seems like I have to come to the blog to remember what my friends look like….anyway – any thoughts of exploring the “idea” of a speed class or “express class” – need a workout, get in get out kinda thing in between dropping off and picking up kids from their practices…. 25 min to 1/2 hr class?

    • Matt March 29, 2011 Reply

      That’s called CrossFit.

  • Bob F March 29, 2011 Reply

    How about drop in time to come in a do your own workout?

  • James April 1, 2011 Reply

    Could that “workout” include sitting around the conference table drinking beer?

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