• Food for Thought: Ask Yourself ‘Why?’

    Food for Thought: Ask Yourself ‘Why?’

    For many people, greater focus on purpose cultivates the strength and motivation to tackle setbacks.

    Ask yourself “Why?” Then find your answer.

    People most successfully avoid complacency and mediocrity when they have a purpose, when they can answer the Why question. A quote from Shakespeare embodies this: ‘The meaning of life is to find your gift.’ When you have a purpose you do your best work, you find your deepest strength. That’s when the desire for SOMETHING can transcend the desire for safety. Needing to make a difference overcomes the fear of failing.

    Find the Why for your training, your eating, your sleeping, your working, your recovery, and in finding YOUR answers, we think you’ll most likely find your motivation.

    Simple Home Training Idea For This Week:

    Use the Kettlebility LOCK DOWN CHALLENGE to spice up your home training and get a full body – a simple yet not so easy –training session in for the day. You’ll feel better in mind, body, and spirit.

    Choosing DAY6 as our inspiration, here is our suggestion for this week’s complex:

    • 20 Swings of your choice (or Tippy Toe Squats)
    • 10 Chair Dips (feet up or feet on the floor)
    • 10 Goblet Squats (or Bodyweight Squats)
    • 10 Alternating Elbow Plank Shoulder Touches
    • Repeat 5 times for a complete 15-20 minute training session!
    • Watch DAY6 for your inspiration here: DAY6 VIDEO LINK

    You can find the full play list of all the days here: LOCK DOWN PLAYLIST .

    Thanks to everyone who continues to support us during this time. We promise to pay it forward.

    Andrea and Vic

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