So, summer is approximate 75 hours away and – damn it – you’ve left your 2013/14 New Year’s resolution to ‘get fit’ a little late… again….
Lord. Do you ever just wonder where time goes?…
I have had THE BEST WEEKEND….
That’s a lie….
A couple of weeks ago I gave you a push up tutorial, going through the basics of the standing, knee and toe push ups. Since then I’m sure you have been practicing nightly (right? RIGHT?) and will soon be ready to take on some more complex versions.
This week I’ve got six particularly fun push up variations for you to try. All will challenge you, some may try to break you. Don’t let them – you got this….
Time. It flies, it’s of the essence and most people don’t have enough of it. In fact, lack of time would have to be the most common excuse I hear for not exercising. And although I totally understand the sentiment. the reality is that we can all find time for a little exercise.
The end is nigh! Just five more ‘work’ days and you will be able to say that you completed the LGF 28-Day Upper Body Challenge. Or as I like to call it, Hell.
Congratulations! You’re officially halfway through the challenge! By now you should be powering through those first few reps with perfect form, feeling stronger, happier and pretty damn proud of yourself!
It’s Monday morning, which can only mean one thing….
Week 2 of the LGF 28-Day Upper Body Challenge starts today!
Woohoo, it’s finally arrived – HAPPY FIRST DAY OF THE LGF 28-DAY UPPER BODY CHALLENGE TEAM!
Ever since I designed the first LGF Challenge back in August last year, I’ve had people messaging me asking when I would be putting together an upper body challenge. To be honest with you, I’ve been avoiding it a little bit because finding quality upper body exercises that you can do without equipment is hard, and I didn’t want this to be just another push up challenge.
But I’ve finally done it.
And now, in just four short weeks you will be feeling like a fitter, stronger, more defined version of yourself… how exciting is that?
The first seven days of the Challenge goes a little something like this: