It is true...Gratitude changes everything. Be thankful for what you have and you will find that you have so much more to be thankful for. Live with an attitude of gratitude and the rest will take care of itself.
If I could suggest one thing to anyone to incorporate into their daily routine every single day to improve their health, fitness, financial situation and overall happiness it would simply be to start each day by saying thank you for what you have. There is always something to be thankful for.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it reminds so many of us that we should be thankful for what we have but for many, it is fleeting. I challenge you to try to make everyday Thanksgiving, just dont eat 10,000 calories every day. Give thanks continually.
Many or us met at Rennasance Park to do this one that I came up with a long time ago:
24 Push-ups at first corner
Crossovers on pier
10 Burpees at end of pier
24 Push-ups in second corner
24 Box Jump
24 in.s on picnic tables
24 Push-ups in 3rd corner
100m Burpee Broad Jump across bridge
24 Push-ups on 4th corner
50 Body Rows on railing by stairs
Go down stairs and come up big steps anyway possible
100m Bear Crawl up hill X2
Second round- All reps by 1/2
12 Push-ups Crossovers
5 Burpees Crossovers
12 Box Jump 24 in.s on tables
100m Burpee Broad Jump across bridege. Take 2 steps after hop
25 Body Rows
Go down stairs and up big stairs
100m Bear Crawl up hill
I challenge anyone to get this under 20 minutes. No one has done that yet at the RRL.
I stayed back this morning and nursed my injured back with this one:
:30 work at max effort
go for 20 minutes and dont let any round go under 70 RPM