Programming – Week of 7/10

It happens. Just when you’re really falling into a routine of meal prep, good sleep, and exercise, you have one weekend where you go a little off the rails. And maybe the diet slips a little the next week. Before you know it, your fridge is full of leftover pizza and chinese take-out. It happens to the best of us. Sometimes, it’s hard to get back on track. Sometimes, we need a little jump start. Sometimes, we need a Whole 30.

Some of you are cheering, and some of you are groaning. If you’re cheering, it’s because you’ve been waiting for this kick in the butt. If you’re groaning, it’s because you know how good Whole 30 is (and how tough it can be). Whether you’re in one or neither of these camps, you should consider Whole 30.

What is Whole 30? It’s 30 days of no-excuses, no cheats, 100% paleo eating. If you’re unfamiliar, you can find the rules here. You have to commit to all 30 days. There is no, “Well, my cousin’s wedding is on day 17, but I’ll follow the rules besides that.” Nope. Eat before and try having fun without drinking. I turned 34 last month, and I am 12,442 days old. Thirty days is nothing. It is 0.024% of my life. I can commit to that, and so can you. We will spend the next 2 weeks helping you prepare, but the fun starts on July 24th! We will set up a Facebook Group for recipe sharing and support, and you can always send me questions if you have them.

Click here for this week’s workouts.

Click here for this week’s barbell work.

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