Teams of 2 complete:
1 mile run with 20#/14# Wallball
100 Dumbbell/KB Man makes 35/25
100 Pull Ups
One teammate works on wod and other will complete 50 mountain climbers. Switch once mountain climbers are complete.
Work in any order. Mile and row can be broken up between teammates.
25 min cap
Whether you're just starting out on your fitness journey or you've been in the game for years, you've probably made some mistakes. When I first started out, I screwed up a lot. And, I still do - but now I'm aware of my mistakes.
There's a ton of information out there, and it's easy to get lost in all the rules, tips, and advice. When it comes to shedding fat, the information overload can lead us into hoping we are doing the right thing. But the truth is, you might be doing more harm than good.
There are the common pitfalls like under-eating, doing too much cardio, and avoiding fat all together. But there are other mistakes that often go overlooked. And though making mistakes is a great way to learn, it's wiser to learn from someone else's mistakes before you commit them on your own.
Here are four fat-loss mistakes I made in the past that will help make your journey as smooth as possible.
1. You’re Doing This All By Yourself
If shedding body fat was a walk in the park, don't you think you'd have already done it on your own? It’s easy to rely on emotional motivation right out of the gate. But after a few weeks, it gets a lot more difficult - especially if you're trying to do it all by yourself.
All professional athletes have coaches. They have coaches because they want to perform their best in their respective sport. For you, it may not be a sport that you want to perform your best at. But you do want the best results in terms of your body composition and health, right?
Unless you are willing to invest in the time and energy it takes to learn how to do this, having a coach is the best way to reach your goals. Trying to develop a diet plan for yourself when you’re a beginner to nutrition may not only frustrating, but may also negatively impact your results. You wouldn’t ask your accountant to replace your brakes, would you?
"Release the obsession to control the outcome by focusing on your behavior instead."
Successful coaching isn’t all about giving perfect fitness and nutrition advice, but more about ensuring you don't give up. If you've struggled with trying to do it all on your own, then it's time to get accountable. Being accountable is far more important than being motivated, because you won't always feel motivated. But if you have someone on your tail keeping you in check, then you'll get to the gym and eat the right food. A coach makes you do the things you don't want to do, in order for you to get the things you want.
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