Thursday, June 20, 2013

Anybody out there??

Blogging is weird... I mean I have no idea if anyone besides my immediate family and couple of close friends even read this thing... so you know, I would apologize for my complete absence on here, but does anyone even hear it?
If a tree falls in the woods does it make a sound?

In any case: a workout from May 15th.... I actually had this post written and forgot to publish it. Rookie mistake.

So I am deciding to just pick up where we left off.


Another sweaty class this morning.
Here is what we did.

4 Rounds (Alternate 40 seconds and 50 seconds)
Complex 1
1- Cross overs on Bosu or over a weight
2- Power Jack- Pausing for a moment in the squat
3- 10 High Knees: 10 Tuck Jumps: 1 Push-up
4- Burpee with Knee Drive- Make sure you touch your knee to your elbow

Complex 2
1- 2 Split Jumps: 1 Tricep Push up
2- 3 Ski jumps- when you land on the 3rd jump stay balance on one leg and complete 3 floor touch & jumps on that balancing leg
3- Burpee- Lower all the way to the floor and extend arms out (shoulder height) to touch the floor
4- 10 Squat Jumps: 10 Mini-Squat and forward kick

Complex 3
1- Dive Bomber Push ups
2- Split Squat and kick
3- High Knees
4- Power jack with weight- Alternate pressing forward and overhead each time your feet are apart


  1. "Sound is vibration, transmitted to our senses through the mechanism of the ear, and recognized as sound only at our nerve centers. The falling of the tree or any other disturbance will produce vibration of the air. If there be no ears to hear, there will be no sound." #justsaying!

  2. Yes, you have readers who do not omment!

  3. Yes I check this blog alot and am not your friend/family! Please keep posting. I have taken your class at steve nash and you're my inspiration.

    If you could do a "Day in the life of Kate" in terms of a typical weekday workout/what you eat, it would be so helpful too.

  4. Ahhh thank you!
    I will definitely do a post like that Anna... appreciate the compliment :)