"He's soft and he's fat and he's wearing my cloths and he was born on my birthday
and he's getting too old and I'm afraid if I stop running, he'll catch up with me."
- Nike motivational poster

January 2018

- 30 minutes of some form of exercise 5 days a week
- Core strengthening & conditioning
- Cycling, paddling, kettelbells
- Slow movement hikes
- Natural movement workouts
- Olympic Lifts (adjust loads as needed)
- Sand bag training
- Play different sports
- Sprint workouts

January Workouts

Days This Month: 31
Some form of exercise: 5 of 17 days
Exercise hours: 5.45
Hiking/Climbing miles: 5.6
Paddling miles: 14.0
Cycling miles: 0.0

JANUARY WORKOUTS AT A GLANCE -
1/17 - Natural Movement Hike/Clover Springs
1/14 - Hike/Humboldt Coast
1/13 - Kayak/Humboldt Bay
1/7 - Hike/Lake Sonoma
1/1 - Kayak/Stone Lagoon

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Lake Sonoma

Workout: Endurance, Power
Bummer Peak Climb/Primal Fitness
A fun hike up Bummer Peak today at Lake Sonoma. I incorporated some moves that a "Primal Man" might make on his daily search for food. This concept/life style explained at www.marksdailyapple.com.

Here is the workout...
A 4 mile round trip brisk hike on trails to the top of Bummer Peak (primal man on an outing to gather food - he would move fast because it was raining, cold and breezy). 
At intervals on the way up
- 20x squat with reach, standing on rocks in a creek (primal man catching salmon and throwing them on shore)
- 20x walking lunge (primal man crossing a stream on boulders)
- 20x steam engine standing crunch (primal man climbing a short rock wall to escape an aggressive bear)
- 20x lateral lunge with reverse reach (primal man picking wild apples and putting them in a pouch)
- 20x lateral frog squat (primal man cornering a wounded hare) 
Repeat each movement on the hike down

Miles: 4.0
Time: 01:32:00


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