Monday, August 5, 2013

My Workout Monday August 5th, 2013

"People will get no more out of life than they put into it."
-William Boetcker

A.  Three Sets Not For Time
Alternating Pistols X 5 Each Leg
BB Rows X 10 Reps
KBSwings X 15 Reps

B.  10 Rounds For time
500m Row
Burpees X 15 Reps

 Video-> Squats...Lots of good stuff in this podcast.  My sons judo instructor started practicing judo when he was 4yrs old.  He's 56 now.  He's won multiple titles, was a college champion and was on the U.S. olympic team.  When I asked him what made him a successful judo/ju jitsu athlete, he said basics.  He said it always comes down to basics.  Each time you hit a plateau, go back to the basics and most likely you'll have a break through.  Second point to this post is, do ju jitsu.  It's great for you mentally and physically.  I'm excited to get started back up!


1 comment:

  1. I totally agree about the importance of basics! In gymnastics the kids who do basics perfectly are the ones who do the best on the big skills. It is sometimes hard to get the kids to understand the importance of doing basics perfectly over and over b/c they are kind of boring, but it helps so much! :)