The Real White Board

IMG_9648 Suzanne during her Cindy PR

Today someone reminded me of the importance of the score boards in the gym. He finished his workout, walked over to the board to check his "angie" time amongst the previous scores. He then proceeded to get out the ladder and replace the name of the guy whos time he had beaten.

Ever since we joined "beyond the white board" and have been tracking our scores online we have neglected the white boards in the gym. The white boards are a great representation of who we are and what we are capable of. It is a tradition we must keep alive. So get that ladder out and start replacing some names people.

Collecting Data on yourself is an important part of what we do, it is how we mark and measure improvement. How do you keep track of your progress? For how long have you been logging your scores?

-coach D



Five rounds, each for time of:
20 Pull-ups
30 Push-ups
40 Sit-ups
50 Squats

Rest precisely three minutes between each round.

Today is Pat Barbers Birthday he is 24. We are looking forward to his return from New Zealand the week of the 19th and hope he is celebrating well. Here is a video of him doing Barbra that was recently posted on the main site. He is still inspiring us from far away.

Watch Pat do Barbara in New Zealand