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Making the most

As we continue through this space of time where we are unable to attend the gym and are working at home with limited equipment options, you may find yourself feeling like every workout is becoming the same 'ole same 'ole and you're not getting the variance you're accustomed to. That does not need to be the case. Even with limited equipment available you have the ability to greatly diversify your workouts. Don't be afraid to try mixing in some of your own ideas on how to make modifications or adjustments. For the members of our gym, I'm always a call or text away if you want a different variation on our daily workout. For instance, if we have a 12 minute AMRAP, with 3 moves at 10 reps each, you can easily switch it to 5 reps each to cycle through faster and change movements more often, or 15 reps each to push yourself a little farther with each movement. Also, the weights you have available may dictate that you actually should make one of these modifications. Another great option in a "for time" workout would be, forget the clock. Do the work at a slower, more deliberate pace and focus on perfect movement. Keep that squat in a perfect position for every rep, feel the engagement of each push up pausing at the bottom for a two second hold. You're only limited by your imagination. It's ok to go off the board once in a while. Remember, variance is the key to a well rounded fitness program. So like I said before, I'm only a call or text away to help you with some optional ways to perform our daily workout if you're feeling like you need to mix something up.

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