These last few WODs are REALLY testing your knowledge. Today you'll be applying knowledge acquired over time. There are many different ways to do cardio and since WOD #1 you've been doing them.
Doing 1:1 sessions and having a clientele, which to some means I have my own business, I simply try to put myself OUT of business. What I mean is that I simply want each and every person that I work with to become better than me.
Some might be better than me already, but in their own mind, they haven't even begun to think like I think. It literally is about mindset. This has become a popular thing today. The word Mindset…
Mindset isn't anything more than self awareness and having the ability to audit yourself. Being a little long winded here, but sometimes a person needs to be reminded that all it takes is consistency and determination.
Today's WOD will challenge your ability to create “cardio” moves. I give suggestions below, but I hope by now you'd be able to come up with some of your own. Finding out what you LIKE to do vs. what you DON'T like to do is what it's ALL about. Jumping rope is MY cardio of choice.
I hope you come up with some good stuff. Comment below with what YOU did #Kobernation. 🙂
Let's Get To It!
WOD #203 Applying Knowledge Acquired Over Time
Warm-Up – 5 Minutes Cardio Warm Up
- Push-Ups – 30 Seconds
- Cardio – 1 Minutes (Examples of Cardio: High Knees, Running In Place, Jump Rope, Jumping Jacks)
- Dips – 30 Seconds
- Cardio – 1 Minute
- Plank Climbers – 30 Seconds
Cool Down – 5 Deep Breaths In Down Dog Pose
You Got This!
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