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What Will You “Look” Like on March 17th

Just for a minute consider something…

Consider who you want to be on March 17.

If you were at the very top of your health and well-being, what would you feel like? What would your family members and friends say about you? How much energy would you have?

So fast-forward and paint yourself a picture: What do you look like on March 17?

That’s what the Whole Life Challenge will do for you when you join my team and make a commitment to replace a few bad lifestyle habits with good lifestyle habits. (You can learn more about the Whole Life Challenge by watching the video here.)

Once you watch the videos, you can join my team here: crossfitzone. For eight weeks, starting on January 21st and ending on March 18, we’ll work on all the areas of our well-being—like nutrition, stretching, exercise, for starters.

The Whole Life Challenge is basically a game that challenges us to “try on” a whole life of health and fitness for eight weeks. As a team, we can win points and lose points (hopefully we’ll win more than we lose). And the prize is … Well, it’s who you are on March 17.

When you register, you get an EXTRA class per week added to your membership! 

I hope you’ll watch the videos and join my team. In fact, I WANT you on my team!

Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbicemIo-Sk

To join my team: crossfitzone

Our Team’s name: Crossfit Zone

Workout of the Day

Context: Competition

Mobility: Shoulder

Skill Practice Warm Up: Spend 10 minutes working up to a challenging (80-90%) jerk out of the rack or do 4 reps on the minute for 6 minutes with approx 50-60%.

Metabolic Conditioning: “DT”

5 rounds for time.

12 Deadlifts
9 Hang power clean (same)
6 Push jerk (same)

Performance: 105/155
Athletic: 75/105
Health: 55/75

Scaling Guide: 6-14 minutes. About 2 min per round.

Scale Up: “Heavy DT” (from the Games) 145/205lbs

Optional ‘Cash Out’: 10 pull ups, 15 wall ball, 4 rounds

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