Why Anatomy Is Important from 70’s Big. I have to admit, store I was one of the lifters that didn’t care too much about anatomy. Maybe it’s all part of the learning process, price but developing an understanding of how your body is connected may help lift more efficiently, recover better, and better understand injuries and pre-existing conditions so you know how to attack them.
A quick word on the Eat Well, Live Better Challenge. We always get a lot of questions at the start: Can I eat this? Can I drink that? If the answer isn’t a whole food, most of the time, the answer is NO. Please don’t get hung up on what you can’t eat or drink, try to focus on what you can. If you just bought a new supplement that is not approved, it’s only a 30 day challenge. You can have it in a month. I promise, as far as challenges go, this is not an overly restrictive one. Remember, the goal is to learn the power of nutrient dense, whole foods. Eat ’em!
Our second night of the Live Well, Eat Better Challenge: Carne Asada, Brussel Sprouts, sweet potato and avocado. Doin’ it!
Workout of the Day
Run 600m (to the TL Davis Entrance)
50 Kettlebell Swings 53/35
40 Box Jumps 24/20
30 Toes to Bar
10 Wall Climbs