You want to Choose Yourself, but are having a little trouble in some parts of the daily practice. Look there are over 10 million reasons on Google why exercise is good for us.
We already know that it’s good for us , but sometimes we need a little direction towards that next step. This is my way of thanking James Altucher for giving me that not so subtle kick in the ass to not walk around like a pig with my hands out all the time.
If you are having a little trouble with getting a little more exercise into your Daily Practice , let’s change those obstacles into opportunities. Here is a little direction to that “I know I should be doing something, but I don’t know what to do”.
Let’s make a subtle shift “I know what to do , so I am doing it”.
Problem solved. Check mate.
Here is a great circuit that you can do almost anywhere.
All that is required is a skipping rope , two water bottles , and the will to tell that voice that whispers it’s time to quit – to piss off !! For best results perform the circuit outside , get out there and enjoy the world around you .
Here at Old Dawg we believe that Good Enough is not Good Enough !
- Focus on the prime movers and movements that will give us the most bang for our buck
- Do not give up on yourself -take a 3 second time out and jump back into the exercise
- This is a whole body circuit , perform this every 48-72 hours to allow your body the chance to recover
- Full body training under 30 minutes
- Complete Dynamic Warm Up
- 3 rounds
- Each round 3 exercises
- Each exercise lasts for 1 minute
- Between each round 1 minute of skipping
- Rinse and repeat 2 times
- Cool down and flexibility -make sure to hit the calf stretch with all the skipping
Let me know if you need any other help with filling in some of the blanks
Make sure to check out James Altucher at Altucher Confidential.
Choose Yourself is one of the best books I have read in years , and would recommend it it to anyone who is not wanting to settle for GOOD ENOUGH. It’s also a great way to tell Inertia to piss off !
Make sure to share this with your friends, you are not the only one who thinks that Good Enough is Good Enough!