Full Body WOD

Summer is the best time to workout. There are so many different options to choose from! Your yard, in your garage, on trails, at a park and you can even still go to your gym. You can go swimming, for a walk or run, rollerblading, outdoor yoga, paddle boarding. Summer can also be the hardest time to workout because life seems to get even busier for people. To stay active and motivated throughout the summer months set a goal for later in the summer. It could be signing up for a 5k, 10k, obstacle course race or learning a new activity like mountain biking or paddle boarding. Choose a fitness goal and commit to doing something to get closer to that goal every day. Goals are meant to be a driver and motivation for people. They are meant to push and challenge you. If you grind, push and work hard the reward of accomplishing your goal will greatly outweigh the process. What is your end of summer goal?

Full Body WOD

Warm-up with some dynamic stretching

2-3 RFT

– Run 5 minutes

– 20 (total) overhead walking lunges

– 10 burpees

– 1 minute Mt Climbers

– Run 5 minutes

REST 2 minutes

– Run 5 minutes

– 20 push-ups

– 10 burpees

– 1 minute plank hold

– Run 5 minutes

REST 2 minutes

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