Nothing great ever came about with out the courage to take risk. If we can remove our fear of failure and willingly take the victories and the face-plants, we are capable of anything. This is a reminder for myself. I naturally avoid risk and have to remind myself that there is no shame in failure. To fail means I acted. To fail means I've had an opportunity to learn. I love this Mark Twain quote I found on pfitblog.com.
On a lighter (and much shallower) note, my new shoes arrived! They are the Brooks Ravenna 4s. I've never run in Brooks and am excited to see how I like them.
(You could do this workout at home as long as you have hand weights and a band.)
Stability ball leg curl
Leg press (sissy, sumo and normal)
Sumo high kettlebell pull
Single leg jumps
Windshield wipers (obliques)
Weighted ball crunch
Wood choppers (obliques)
1 min plank up on hands
30sec plank on forearms
30 sec plank on forearms with left leg lifted
30 sec plank on forearms with right leg lifted
1 min side plank (30sec each side)
1 min plank, with leg step outs