2190 Rep Workout!

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2190 Rep Workout!

To celebrate our client Bobette Michele Irby comittment to sobriety we created a workout for everyday of her journey (2190 days)

Here is the run down of what you can do to celebrate this amazing achievement with her:

6 x 365 reps
• 100 x Jump Ropes
• 50 x Mountain Climbers
• 50 x Bicycle Crunches
• 25 x Squats
• 25 x Pushups
• 20 x Up & Down elbow Planks
• 20 x Rows (Bell)
• 20 x Slams (Bag, Ball, or Rope)
• 10 x Jumping Jacks
• 10 x Back Extensions
• 5 x Burpees
• 30 Yard Sprint

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THE Perfect Diet!

Hello Blog!

Sorry its been so long since our last post. Life has been a little crazy in the SGO Household….but I’ll fill you in on that later.

Earlier this week I had the opportunity to meet and talk with Samantha Hua, founder of Happy Food.

Samantha is a Holistic Health Coach with a passion for her clients and their journey. She has been gracious enough to pass some of her wisdom on to you here at our SGO fitness blog. Check out what she has to say below!

THE Perfect Diet!

It does not exist. Let it go. Stop the search. Why, you ask? The reason is because our body is constantly changing and so is our lifestyle.  I learned that: “Each second, ten million red blood cells are born and die. The stomach lining completely regenerates in a week, a healthy liver in six weeks, and the skin surface in a month. Scientists postulate that 98 percent of all atoms in the body are replaced within a year, 100 percent within seven years.” The only constant we have is change.

We all have different body types.  In my office, we work towards finding the combination that’s best for that person at that time. The best thing to do is learn how to listen to your body.

So…where does this leave us? How do we get healthy and thin? First thing we have to do is get rid of barriers that get in the way of success and often lead us to make poor choices. The common barriers I see in my office are stress, imbalance, lack of boundaries, years of bad habit, over-worked, and most importantly—a lack of pleasure and enjoyment in life.  We don’t do enough to include joy and excitement in our DAILY life.

When we live our life full of joy and we learn how to feed our body what it needs, the weight drops off automatically. That’s my definition of a true, sustainable diet.  NOT calorie counting, point system, discipline, torture, or exercises you hate.

Get support and learn how you can become successful like the people here.

http://youtu.be/UG4do6iA-Lc

http://www.HappyFoodHealth.com