Weight goals: Nothing specific but wants to fit into a super small bikini this summer
Nutrition goals: Drink more water
Other goals: Improve overall hard sport climbing with a focus on: hard bouldering, campus board work, hang board work
Improve flexiblity (yoga once a week or more)
1) Stats: What week are you in in the Let it Burn course? How's it going? The let it burn course has been very challenging and very rewarding. The hardest part has been finding the balance with my schedule and fitting in all the workouts. The rewarding part has been seeing my body change and become stronger. I am currently starting week five.
2) January goals:
Did you achieve your strength and climbing goals? If so, how? I’m not sure how I feel about my goals this last month, I know I can do better but I’m also proud of my success. When looking back at my work out log I have hit the gym three times a week but the substance of my workouts could be much better I’m not sure I fit in everything that’s expected in the trainer and I hope to improve that this month.
Did you participate in yoga 1x/wk? I have not done weekly yoga but I have fit in skiing and other complementary workouts.
Did you drink more water? I have definitely been drinking more water, but again I know I can do better.
3) February goals - What is your:
Work out goal? My February goal is going to be centered around organization I need to be meticulous if I’m going to fit in as much as I would like time management is going to be huge if I want to succeed in this program.
Nutrition goal? As for nutrition I need to keep drinking water. I have a new recovery blend that has been very helpful. otherwise I’m feeling pretty good about my intake.
4) Bonus question: What is the best piece of advice you received from a trainer or instructor this month? The best piece of advice that I have been given is to have a beginners mentality. Though I have been climbing for a long time I have not been training for a long time so all the advice I can get is helpful. I am constantly trying to learn and be accepting of constructive criticism and advice.