Happy Friday to everyone! For those that are likely finishing up (or starting) their 1000 video conference this week because they've been, this should do you well. Something that requires NO equipment and will get you moving.
Do 2-3 rounds of each series, should take you less than 30 minutes and youâll feel good to go.
One thing I know for sure with this situation, Iâm going to really be forced out of my shell so be prepared for the awkwardness (Iâm getting better I swear). Thanks for tuning in everyone!
And for your next conference call, have a look at this little number that was posted this week. Follow it, or just a have a laugh, either way you're welcome.
Thanks for your time everyone! Have a good weekend!
Hey everyone, hope you're all doing well in this chaotic time. First off, let’s get this straight. This virus is something to take seriously, it’s not something to start a panic over, but ABSOLUTELY take it seriously.
Now for those that are staying home because you have to or because you are being cautious, but maybe you still wanna move a bit while staying inside the 4 walls of your home. I’ve got something for you today.
Here you are! Pick 4, each from a different category and combine with the given warm up, or your own, and off you go. Do 2-4 rounds, whatever you’re feeling, rest as needed, and bam you’re done.
Remember you can still go to the gym if you’re comfortable with it. I know we at Core are going a bit overkill to try to keep things super hygienic and make sure those that want to come pick up some heavy things, can do so. Many gyms are taking same or similar approaches. Just don’t be a hero, if you’re sick, stay home until you know what’s going on.
Have a good weekend everyone and take care!
4 years (and about a week) was the first time I ever coached a session as an independent/self employed coach. Oh my, where has the time gone? In that time I have met so many wonderful people, friends even, and done some very awesome things (including coaching the high school rugby team I love). I’d name everyone that’s helped, but I’m 100% sure I’d miss someone, but hopefully everyone knows who they are.
I do want to give recognition to one person. I would not be around this long without the help of my friend, colleague and mentor Tony Gentilcore. There are many people that can be mentioned here, but he certainly deserves special mention. Without him, his help and his generosity, I would not have made this far, plain and simple. Even after all that, the guy is still generous with his time when I need to pick his brain, which I do my best not abuse this chance. I can not thank him (and everyone else again) enough for their help getting me to this point and I only see good things going forward as the group at Core, transition to the new space.
Thank you all for 4 year and looking forward to many more!
Jarrod Dyke, CSCS