A) Wtd Situp, KB crunch, Lsit; DB Swing, Neg Chinup, Jump PU
B) AC Squat, Air Squat Jump, Xover Lunge; Side Raise, Hearts, Iron Cross
C) Quick Step, MB Suicide, Jinglejangle; Thrusts, Burpees, B&T Tuck Jump
(suicides to restÂ after each board….?)
See last performed on 10/15/10.
Always good to see ML! Lookinâ€™ good, brother!
1) Awesome in action! Perfect plank!
2) Pull position: Knees back so shins drop perpendicular to ground, butt height between elbow and shoulder, flat back…very nice!
Thatâ€™s the way to earn every rep folks…hard work!
SDHP, Step Over, Lumberjack, Quick Step, ACS, Arm Hauler, Pikes, Rev Lunge/Side Raise, Pledge PU, B&T 3 Hurdle…lap it after each! (+ 1 speed round)
Remember Sunday May 1, Keystone Wounded Warrior 5k. Just look for the big group of ‘black shirts.â€™
This has become a phrase thatâ€™s been used for the back of Â shirts for Corps Fitness and IM ABLE. It may seem brash but it gets to the point and hopefully makes people think, “What is my excuse?”
We want people to see the people that Corps Fitness and IM ABLE incorporate into our culture and how these people are redefining what is expected or the norm of someone who has a disability. This can also be a temporary disability. We all have setbacks or bumps in the road where we get pushed off our normal routine but it is during these times where you can define who you really are from a personal standpoint. Will I give up? Will I adapt and overcome these obstacles or challenges? Being around people who can help you see what is possible will help you achieve the latter and allow you to take that next step and move forward, regardless of how youâ€™re moving. Never forget to appreciate what you CAN do and get up and do it!
These shots showcase that we practice what we preach. “Inclusive Fitness” - maintaining an environment that motivates everyone regardless of ability. We still find ways to still push ourselves regardless. NO EXCUSES…JUST MOVE! This video says it all!!
This fellowâ€™s success began when he couldnâ€™t fit on a ride with his son at an amusement park.