Life, Health & Money

Life, Health & Money

100 Kettlebell swings @ 53# 

4 mi run: 
1st mile: w/elevation mask
2nd mile: w/out mask
3rd mile: w/elevation mask
4th mile: w/out mask 

Then…

100 Kettlebell swings @ 53#

100 Kettlebell swings @ 53#

4 mi run:
1st mile: w/elevation mask
2nd mile: w/out mask
3rd mile: w/elevation mask
4th mile: w/out mask

Then…

100 Kettlebell swings @ 53#

We’re all aware of this, but it who is willing to do it that reaps the positive benefits of such action. 

-Fred

We’re all aware of this, but it who is willing to do it that reaps the positive benefits of such action.

-Fred

Nothing like a #Ranger PFT to start the day. 

2 min max push-ups 
2 min max sit-ups 
5 mi run 
Max chin-ups 

Note: what impressed me was the ability to keep my cap on the entire time.

Nothing like a #Ranger PFT to start the day.

2 min max push-ups
2 min max sit-ups
5 mi run
Max chin-ups

Note: what impressed me was the ability to keep my cap on the entire time.

fmillionaire:

Pm workout: 5 mile ruck march w/50lbs @ easy pace 
Time: 1:22:59

#hyfunctionalfitness #militaryathlete 
#dowork

fmillionaire:

Pm workout: 5 mile ruck march w/50lbs @ easy pace
Time: 1:22:59

#hyfunctionalfitness #militaryathlete
#dowork

Let’s go! #dowork

Let’s go! #dowork

Weekend mobility work

Weekend mobility work

fmillionaire:

Pick stuff up and put it down. #IronWork 

#gymjones #hyfunctionalfitness

fmillionaire:

Pick stuff up and put it down. #IronWork

#gymjones #hyfunctionalfitness

Active recovery: 

110 Kettlebell swings unbroken w/ 53# [lbs] 

Then immediately…


ran for 60 min on road @ easy pace. 


Notes: This recovery wasn’t about time nor distance, but more of the mental aspect of not quitting while running straight for 60 min no matter if there were steep hills or not… Well, I stopped 20 times. My second goal was to just complete the run. I succeeded. Next time I’ll try to limit the amount of times I stop to 15 or less. ‪#‎progess‬ ‪#‎neverquit‬ 

End result: 5.19 mi in 1:00:21

Active recovery:

110 Kettlebell swings unbroken w/ 53# [lbs]

Then immediately…


ran for 60 min on road @ easy pace.


Notes: This recovery wasn’t about time nor distance, but more of the mental aspect of not quitting while running straight for 60 min no matter if there were steep hills or not… Well, I stopped 20 times. My second goal was to just complete the run. I succeeded. Next time I’ll try to limit the amount of times I stop to 15 or less. ‪#‎progess‬ ‪#‎neverquit‬

End result: 5.19 mi in 1:00:21

fmillionaire:

The warmup: Calm before the storm 

Decided to #dowork local today. Didn’t feel like chasing anyone down for my keys at the gym again. 

#hyfunctionalfitness #gymjones

fmillionaire:

The warmup: Calm before the storm

Decided to #dowork local today. Didn’t feel like chasing anyone down for my keys at the gym again.

#hyfunctionalfitness #gymjones

When working out, train your mind first. The physical comes later. Results are the byproduct of both… 

…if you can train your mind to go to that dark place and stay there and deal with the pain then you’re almost there…

…it’s only in that dark place where great change takes place. Learn to deal with it. Learn to love it…

That dark place in turn, becomes a place where growth occurs, where pain is nothing but a passing phase. Merely a temporary state…

Don’t listen to the lies of your mind telling you to quit, that you’re tired, that it hurts. Those are illusions… 

…but most are afraid to go to that dark place, which is what stifles progress. Push past your limitations. Then look back and laugh. 

-Fred

When working out, train your mind first. The physical comes later. Results are the byproduct of both…

…if you can train your mind to go to that dark place and stay there and deal with the pain then you’re almost there…

…it’s only in that dark place where great change takes place. Learn to deal with it. Learn to love it…

That dark place in turn, becomes a place where growth occurs, where pain is nothing but a passing phase. Merely a temporary state…

Don’t listen to the lies of your mind telling you to quit, that you’re tired, that it hurts. Those are illusions…

…but most are afraid to go to that dark place, which is what stifles progress. Push past your limitations. Then look back and laugh.

-Fred