10 August, 2010

Plan to Win

I really hate schedules generally speaking. Some of you will identify and some will completely disagree. One thing that we will probably all have to concede is that we are more productive within a schedule. The same hold true to a game. If you have designed your victory and scheduled it long before you lace up your skates, your chances of fulfilling that victory are astronomically higher. How do you design a victory though? This is the part that is not so simple. You have to account for your personal ability, fitness, ability to work as a team, ability to execute, and overall desire as a group to win. One way to simplify this for yourself is to schedule your time accordingly. You can't always control the outcome of a game, however, you can always control the way you meet the challenges a game will present. A lot of this prep work is done in your workouts so let's begin!

10min. warm up
25 meters skipping for height
50 meters skipping for distance
2x 25 meters lunges
3x 10 push ups
3x 10 overhead squats (no more resistance than a broom handle)
10x 5sec. superman's
2x plank to failure
25 bicycle crunches
25 side crunches(each side)
5 min. cooldown