17 August, 2011


I cannot stress enough the impact of your mood as to your results during physical exertion(and for that matter writing). The better that you feel about taking action, the better the action that you take will be and the more likely you are to be successful. A lot of this has to do with hormones that are released and drastically effect your body as well as the way it processes both diet and exercise. Here is the catch... Action breeds emotion more often than not. This means if you want to feel better about doing something, the fastest way to make that happen is to do it. There is the cluttered, disjointed thought for the day.



5 min warm up
3x 10 pushups
3x 20 soccer throws with med ball
3x 10 lateral raises
3x 20 step up to overhead presses
3x 10 single leg straight leg deadlifts
3x 20 tuck jumps jumps
3x 10 inverted rows
3x 20 back fly
2x 25 single leg crunches (each side)
2x 25 stab ball crunches
2x 20 floor bridges
5 min cool down

P.S. If you need a soundtrack to go with this one I strongly recommend listening to Girl Talk's "All Day". The whole album is solid and should definitely help you through.

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