staying strong while traveling

Wow! I just got back from a whirlwind trip to New England.

It was a great trip but training options were very limited.

No barbells

No kettlebells

No mace & clubs

So what can you do?

Most hotels have some sort of fitness center.

Sometimes they just have a machine and a treadmill.

Other times they have some dumbbells.

Some have swimming pools.

They all have stairs.

Do a good recon and see what’s available.

Use whatever is there.

Remember you always have bodyweight exercises.

When you are at a rest area you have tree branches for pullups and picnic tables for dips

and stepups.

I’ve even used newspaper stands for dips.

Get creative with basic exercises.

Like our friend and fellow coach, Christine Rosi says, “No gym required.”

No excuses!

Coach D

Weakness invites aggression

Yes, we are training on Memorial Day.

One of the best ways to serve your country is by staying strong and healthy.

You never know when disaster might strike.

We can’t control things like earthquakes and tornados.

Only the Lord can.

I know this for sure that a week nation will not be a free nation.

The strength of the citizens is the strength of the nation.

Just look at Ukraine.

They are strong people fighting a much larger enemy and kicking their butts.

Strength matters!

Our new outdoor Mace Fit classes start tomorrow

We will be slinging steel at Urfer Family Park on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:45 am.

The classes will be free while we wait for the official notification from the county.

Tips are appreciated but not required.

All pour paperwork was submiited about a month ago.

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