Great way to start the day today!
Surrounded by a group of around 20 guys who show up early to not only take care of their bodies, but to do so in a fun brotherhood with a touch of competition and a good dose of humor.
Every day that I start in this manner follows in a positive direction.
I am grateful beyond measure for so many things in my life, but this group is something that I hold close to my heart daily. We push each other to get better physically, of course, but through the difficult workouts we also push each other to be the best possible version of ourselves in business, as a father, as a husband, as a friend and as a man.
This is an environment like no other that I have created or been a part of and I am always thankful and grateful for each of the gentlemen who come regularly or who have been a part of the RRL.
Today, we hit a long grinding workout named for a Hero who gave it all.
Complete as many rounds as possible in 26 minutes of:
15 kettlebell swings, 1.5 pood
20 box jumps, 24-inch box
Post rounds completed to comments.
Canadian 1st Class Constable Jennifer Kovach of Guelph, Canada, died March 14, 2013, when her squad car was involved in a motor-vehicle accident while she was responding to a call for service. The 26-year-old fulfilled her dream of becoming a police officer serving her community and the Guelph Police Service for four years before her death. Kovach is survived by her mother, Gloria; father, Bill; brother, Brian; grandparents, Chester and Elvira Janicki; boyfriend, Kyle Schlosser; and many other friends and family.