Freeletics Week 19 – GAIA Strength (8/10)

Oh dear! Picked up a small cold over the weekend, been flat out with work all day, ate dinner @1730 so had to wait until 1930 before I even started my workout. The temperature dropped to 2C, dark, cold and lack of energy. Still, #noexcuses tackled GAIA Strength and felt like I didn’t want to continue half way through. However, #nevergiveup is what we live by so I soldiered on, one high jump at a time. Still couldn’t master #standups, hence lack of  so out of 80 attempts, I didn’t get one. Very frustrating, so will practice these. +25:42 vs PB, a very slow time, but I made it through to the end of week 19, so week 20 here I come. I hope all you free athletes also never EVER give up. Days like these is what really makes us stand out and grow stronger, it’s just what we do. Goodnight and #trainsmart.

GAIA strength is a serious workout, especially when you’re not feeling 100%. My effort was 100% on the stand-ups, really pushed it too. I think the problem was that my legs/feet are not tucked in enough. Need to practice these man, I WILL get there, end of Feb!


About makthefreeathlete

In January 2014 I was overweight (177cm/116kg) and unhappy with my lifestyle. I decided to do something about it. Get fit, loose weight and improve the quality of my life. I hope this blog helps to and inspires other to make to make that life changing decision. It's not easy, but it's more than doable and the rewards are priceless. If there is one piece of advice I would offer is that; "It's never too late to make a change, anything is possible if you want it bad enough. Dream, believe, work like a maniac, achieve." - #noexcuses
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