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  1. Until Mrs. Sloth changes her mind on trying for one of them quaranteens I’m going to be focus on getting #quaranjacked. #2kettlebellsandamicrophone Details: Day 1: KB Snatches Day 2: KB Strength Day 3: KB Mobility Biking whenever I feel like it and have time. My body is used to 10,000 steps a day. Gotta figure out how to get those in so I don’t get the quarantine 15.
  2. Hi! I'm KB Girl, 27 y/o, based in the Netherlands. I normally lift kettlebells, as many clean & jerks or snatches as I can fit in 10 minutes. But only on competition days, because 10 minutes makes for a lot of d*mn reps. (My best set so far. Will need to do twice this to achieve my goals.) As always my main focus will be the world championships of kettlebell lifting in November (+qualifying in september obviously). However that's still a couple months away so I can still blissfully ignore working on endurance and explore other hobbies that involve STRENGHT! Woot! Goal 1: Weightlifting with barbells \o/ Careful not to over do it, i'll work on clean&jerk once a week and on the snatch once a week. No PRing or anything, just drills. Lots of drills. Or as jdanger said; "Find ways to load and spend time in the problem positions and drill/strengthen the crap out of it until it's the new normal." Since twice a week is so little, I'll just have to spend the rest of my time geeking out on all things weightlifting. That's what I do best anyways. Goal 2: Gots to do the kb work. I'm a stubborn piece of shit. Coaching yourself never works optimally, but I don't trust anyone else to do it for me. I always think I know better when it comes to KB's..... so I'll actually have to try and do as I say! I've finished writing the next 2 cycles, now I gotta do it. NO FIDDLING, NO REWRITING. Only thing I can do is tiny adjustments like weight and pace as appropriate. Goal 3: Recover? Still need to somehow increase my workload which means increase recovery. Not sure how to do this. This'll be a goal of discovery and telling tales! Goal 4: Keep on growing as a coach. My team is doing well, we did great at nationals. They work really really hard and I try to keep up with them. I'm sure I could do better, therefore I will; Log all the things. Keep track of what I do and why and what the results are. (I won't bore you guys with the details)Start writing a mock-book to organise all my thoughts on this coaching for KB's. Cover 1 topic a week.Spy on other sports coaches, especially weightlifting. Steal all the things o/
  3. Now that I've turned 30, the stress of actually reaching this age has diminished for the most part, so it's time to look to the future!! It's my first 6 week challenge, and my first time ever being a part of a forum, really. For the next 6 weeks I will: 1. Start a BJJ journal. I've been at it for over 2 years now, but with 4 kids and a couple minor injuries, I make it to the gym only 2x each week at best, and feel like I don't remember anything!! A journal may be the key... Who knows? 2. Do 100 snatches in 5 minutes using a 16k kettle bell. At last attempt, I managed 100 in 4 minutes using a 12k kettle bell. Time to step it up a notch! 3. Drink AT LEAST 6 12oz bottles of water each day by the end of the 6 weeks. Because I currently drink nothing all day long, I think a safe route would be to start off this first week by drinking at least 1 a day, and moving up by 1 each week. Seems like a fool-proof plan. Bonus: for every alcoholic beverage, I will counter it with a glass of water. 4. Menu planning. Tough one!!! Though its diet related, in our home, it's a stressful situation, and I would consider getting this daunting task under control a level up kind of goal! I have 4 kids, a husband, a full time, split shift job, a dog, and a home to take care of. With school almost over, I will be preparing 3 meals each day for 6 people. The nearest grocery store or farmers market is a 15 minute drive away, which means I have to make the most of the time I have there. I hope to have a list of at least 21 different lunch and dinner ideas, as well as 10 different breakfast ideas that are easily accessible and we always have the ingredients for. I also hope to create a spreadsheet-like menu to post in the kitchen, so as not to duplicate meals so close to each other. Budget is another thing I need to consider, and I think these next weeks will be just saving and looking at my receipts and realizing where I can use coupons and for what, and also comparison shopping. Wow! That was a mouthful!! If you made it through, I apologize for the length. Now...... To find the smallest bit of motivation to begin this challenge in the morning.....
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