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Saturday, October 30, 2010

NEW SCHEDULE...and the importance of goal setting

Saturday's Pain Clinic was awesome.... below is a picture of Garret's "mangina" face

Hey guys....we are going to a new schedule to better accommodate you all. Here's the major changes..instead of the standard classes being offered at 7pm, they will now be offered at 6pm across the board (Mon-Thurs). We will offer an additional class at 7pm on Mondays and Thursdays. We are only doing one intro class per week at 5pm on Wednesdays. We are starting the new schedule this Monday...

Monday -
6:00pm - 7:00pm - Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning 
7:00pm - 8:00pm - Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning

Tuesday -
6:00pm -7:00pm -Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning

Wednesday -
12pm - PSKC Running Clinic with Ann Marie
5:00pm - 6:00pm - Kettlebell Intro 
6:00pm - 7:00pm - Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning

Thursday -
6:00pm -7:00pm - Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning
7:00pm - 8:00pm- Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning

Saturday - 
11:00am - noon - Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning

Also we are starting the Block program at PSKC (Carrie was the brainchild behind this, such an awesome idea). If you are a regular you get your own block in the what is the block for?
It's your block to write and/or decorate accordingly, it's your way to take ownership of the club and your goals..(you can see the extent of my artistic skills). More importantly it's a visual reminder and historical record of your performance related goals. The key word here is "performance related"...I don't want the BS "lose 10 lbs" goals...I want the goals that will make you better at life...becoming stronger, faster, tougher...those are the goals we want achieved and up on the blocks. 

Every day you come in it's a reminder to keep working hard until you reach your goal. Once you reach your goal, you put a * beside it with the date you achieved it, then it's onto your next goal...after my muscle up it's now onto deadlifting over twice my bodyweight. There's nothing that would make me happier than to see a bunch of grey cinder blocks, scribbled on like an insane asylum...all historical records of people reaching their goals.  


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