The final week of Insanity workout is here. It is time to FINSIH STRONG. Finish: to bring something to completion. Strong: exerting great bodily force; vigorously. So to finish strong we need to bring something to an end or completion VIGOROUSLY! This is not just a statement it is an attitude by which to live. Team Uppercut is all about finishing strong. Here is the schedule for the final week of Insanity. Continue Reading…
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We’ve talked about determining your purpose for running & life in this post: Running for a Purpose. Purpose helps us determine the ultimate destination. Goals are the result for each part of that journey. As a runner you are somewhere along the journey. Perhaps you’re at the beginning, middle or maybe you’re a seasoned veteran. Either way, to continue to be a successful runner you will need goals.
Why should you set goals?
- Goals help you push through difficult runs.
- Goals keep you focused on the end result…your purpose.
- Goals build self confidence and a sense of accomplishment.
- Goals will push you to work harder during workouts.
- Goals will help you become more persistant on longer runs.
- Goals will give you insight to your true ability.
- Goals will build your excitement about running.
- Goals will move you closer and closer to your ultimate destination. Continue Reading…
I am on my knees gasping for breath and willing my arms & chest to push out 15 more push-ups. I was toast! I had run 8 miles, done 250 pushups & 100 pull-ups and we were only 3/4 of the way to our goal. My upper body was as rubbery as gumby.
I was beginning to think I had bitten off more than I could handle. Doubt was slowly slithering its way into my mind.
“You cannot do it! 13 miles, 250 pull-ups & 500 push-ups – YOU IDIOT. Why did you decide to do this?,” I thought.
Then I heard the voice of Cyborg, “Hey you gonna finish with those push-ups or what? Let’s get going if we are gonna run an extra 7 miles.” Continue Reading…
You have finished your first team uppercut workout. For some of you it was easy. For others it was torture. It doesn’t really matter where you are on the “Easy vs.Torture” scale. What does matter is that you continue moving forward.
Conquering life’s challenges is all about momentum. The hardest part is over…the beginning. Now you need to keep that momentum moving forward. To keep the momentum going I would suggest you do a couple runs on your own this week.
Here is a suggested training schedule to continue the momentum that was create with your first workout. Continue Reading…