Posted by Andy Petranek : Thursday, Dec 28, 2006
So I begrudgingly agreed to go to see "The Pursuit of Happyness" a few days ago, thinking it was going to be a sappy, feel-good, chick flick. Boy was I surprised. It was a difficult movie to watch - it took my idea of "a tough life" to a whole new level. I left the theater wondering if I really "liked" it. Cut to yesterday, I was thinking about how much I had to do and how "hard" it's going to be - and the story from the movie popped into my head... indellible pictures like that work miracles for me - 2 thumbs up! (Pictured are Becca B and Stefan Pappas - a recent visitor from Santa Cruz)
"Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never--in nothing, great or small, large or petty--never give in, except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy." - Sir Winston Churchill
WOD (workout of the day)
Stretch for 30 minutes (with tools like a rope, bar, pole, stick, or a partner)
Bottom-to-Bottom Tabata Squats
8 cycles of 20" work / 10" rest. During the rest, come to, and stay in the bottom squat position. Your score is the lowest # of squats you do during any one 20" interval.
1 set of max push ups.
post Tabata squat and push ups to comments.