Treating folks, like you, who move for a living and love to move
Author: Richard SymisterMissing Class Doesn’t Mean Missing a Workout
I had family come up to our house for a visit, so I needed to skip a CrossFit class. But this did not mean that I missed my workout.
By consistently and intentionally guiding clients toward the right health and fitness path, they will gain training independence. They will know what to do when they don’t see me, if they are traveling, or if they are close to or at discharge. The same should be said for any workout class.
So what did I do to supplement my CrossFit class while my family was over? We had a pseudo-CrossFit class at home. I worked out with my very competitive and fit aunt, performing circuits of rowing, kettlebell swings, jump rope, burpees, and tennis-specific yoga (since my aunt is a big-time tennis player).
She and I both had excellent results. I felt like I had accomplished something, getting a high-intensity workout in. And my aunt said this was the best workout she’s had in years.
The takeaway here is always to have workout training options in the absence of your usual classes.
Heal. Move. Evolve.
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