First off for the masses, OCR stands for Obstacle Course Race. On May 13, I had the opportunity to run my second X Warrior Challenge. It was hard and easy, it was tiring and energizing – I had a great experience.
There was this great moment:
Coach Pain who was leading the motivation of the racers with lines like. ” Do your legs hurt? Well guess what there are people with no legs! Do your legs still hurt?”
Ultimately, these kind of things are about trying. Completion not competition.
A new kind of class that everyone can attend. ShoeCamp is safe, moderate, fun, inclusive and designed to promote physical activity and movement.
Bootcamps can be fun, but they can also be intimating and typically the exercise ‘modifications’ for non-athletes are still very difficult. We believe moving is an amazing thing and want to have fun with absolutely any body of any size, any shape and any ability who wants to participate.
Join us at McMahon Stadium, home of the Calgary Stampeders, for a 40 minute workout where you will stretch, walk, climb and dance your way to better health under the expert guidance of a personal trainer and sports chiropractor. Stick around for a chat at the end and learn how you can include these movements in your everyday life.
Click here to register with our official partner CBC.
What to Wear: Clothes. Any kind, even stiff pants. Shoes, ideally shoes that you can walk in.
June 23, 2017 at 7:00 am at McMahon Stadium
July 28, 2017 at 7:00 am at McMahon Stadium
August 25, 2017 at 7:00 am at McMahon Stadium
Class taught by: Geoff Starling , Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Assisted by: Dr. Shereen Kangarloo, Sports Chiropractor Cheering and motivation: Paul McIntyre Royston, The FAT Project
Caveat: These are deliberately not traditional fitness classes. All we promise is that you will move and we will try hard to make sure you will have a good time. (Moving should be fun). All ShoeCamps are Burpee-Free zones.
So things have been challenging of late. At work and at home with the twins, life has just been more difficult than I would like it be! Well we can’t always have what we want, but we can push ourselves in the better direction. Lately though with energy and will power reserves running low, it has felt near impossible.
The last two days of eating (missing a photo of a bag from Wendy’s with a Baconator and Cheesy Cheddar Burger.
I am not proud of this, but I do need to own. My tendency lately in the FAT project has been to not post my so-called indiscretions. However since I still take a photo of everything that abandons my original principles.