Jones'n for 40

Complete 2 Rounds of the following, safely, for time: 40 KB Swings 25/35 40 Walking Lunge Steps (R+L=2) 40 Alt DB Biceps Curls 15/20 40 OH Triceps Ext 15/25 40 Squats 40 OH DB Press 15/20 40 Pushups 40 KB High Sumos 25/35 40 Aussie Pullups 40 Situps

Post Time to Comments - Newbies please only complete half or less of the number of reps, the weight recommended, and the rounds for at least 3 weeks or more.

***One of our mottos is to try a little harder to be a little better. Yes, we ask you to keep track of your workouts. Yes, we believe that you need to have a way to measure your work. We ask you to time it, we ask you to count reps, we even ask you to go a little heavier and a little faster.

Every day we walk into Community Fit the workout is up on the board and we are all asked to do our best. Every day our best is different than the day before, or the next day and only we know that for ourselves. So if going as fast as possible is going to push your best beyond that which is safe and that which prevents you from having energy for the other important things you still need to do, then do your best without letting your pride superseed your common sense. Do your best KNOWING that there is more to life than your time on the board or the weight you lift.

If we are positively changing, if we did a little better this time than the last, if we have full integrity in each and every rep, if we know we tried a little harder this time than the last time...then we have succeeded in the daily workout and we will see and feel the awesome changes that come, naturally, when consistent with Community Fit.

We only know how far we've come if we know where we have started. So measure it. Time, reps, weight, whatever. Do it. Write it down. Own it on the board and on the website. Sign your name to your effort and to the proof of your work. That way we can know that we are trying a little harder to do a little better. Every day. Every time. With every intention of using those benefits outside of our walls.

There was just no way to grab everyone for a picture at the same time. Wow what a day! So much joy and support and fitness with our community! Congratulations everyone who ran the Bentonville Half!

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