@grousemountain 2.9-km ascent, with an elevation gain 2,800 feet. I’m working on the best version of me. When you have a new goal, don’t compare yourself with IG fitness models or athletes in the industry for years. Just put one foot in front of the other, do you, make small attainable goals and keep moving … Continue reading Keep working on you!
Your body will thank you for it. On recovery days, do light exercise, go for a hike for example. Vary it up, gym, hike, cycle, run, yoga, just do something significant for your health every day including nutrition and sleep.
@550cals - 4km +?Biking in Burke Mtn trails!
Truly gets Yellow Belt.
I have a particular genetic make-up that results in becoming bored quickly. This challenge applies to repetitive exercise programs. My solution was to create more of a hybrid style of training combining HIIT, Mixed Martial Arts (at Posener's Dojo or any gym on a heavy bag), Weights, Movement, Isometrics, Plyometrics and more both inside and outside. … Continue reading Vary Up, Build Up, Challenge Up – 4 Reasons!
I know via my FitBit that I've burned over 1200 calories in a 90 minute Cardio Muay Thai class at the dojo where I am a team training member, Posener's Pankration MMA. The Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver program is based on Muay Thai Kickboxing, mainly, and some Jiu-Jitsu to enhance the self defense aspect … Continue reading Why is Cardio Muay Thai great for you!