"I fall, I rise. I make mistakes, I live. I've been hurt but I'm alive. I'm human, I'm NOT perfect, but I'm thankful. For through them, I've LEARN
to appreciate LIFE every moment."
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Welcome to the 18th edition of my Newsletter! Yesterday was the inaugural Member Appreciation Day for the Anytime Fitness clubs that I am a part of. It was amazing seeing the interaction between staff and members, everyone knowing that everything they do is appreciated by someone. Not only did it create community, but made you stop and take a moment just to remember to APPRECIATE everything that you have.
This month in the 'Training' section, I have outlined a brief high intensity training session that you can do in ~30 minutes.
In this month's 'Nutrition' section I have posted the Dutch Almond Butter Cake recipe that appeared in the December 2012 issue of FitnessX Magazine.
If there is something that you would like to see in this newsletter, please feel free to contact me to share your thoughts and ideas, and I will be happy to include them in future editions.
The first month of the year is GONE. Look FORWARD. Look to the FUTURE, to the INCREDIBLE and WONDERFUL days to come! Make them MAGIC!
High Intensity Training
Also known as High Velocity Training, it is short, sharp, and INTENSE. Not only does it work the entire body to improve cardiovascular fitness, endurance, strength, and power, but it is a great thing to do as a group to build accountability and momentum in achieving your fitness goals.
Here is a brief sample session:
Perform each exercise for 40 seconds, before moving to the next, allowing a total of 20 seconds recovery time between exercises. Complete the entire "circuit" before taking a minute's break. Repeat three rounds and then stretch for ~5 minutes afterwards.