Hello all! Thank you for joining us and tapping into our Co-Mo Collective Series! Here is what we are spending time, energy and thoughts on geared towards optimizing a life of moving and living courageously!
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Photo of the Week: Co-Movement Custom Fire Pit
Run 400 meters
Row 500 meters
100 Jump Rope
Goal is consistent pace throughout. I gauged this by my run times which averaged 2:15 and Row times which averaged 1:55, I kept it the same for all 60 minutes. Biggest thing to remember here is....IT'S 60 MINUTES. The best pacer will be rewarded for this one.
Quote Im pondering :
"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it."
-Robert Swan, Arctic Explorer and climate activist
What I'm reading, listening, watching or eating: After completing the above workout I knew I needed a load of carbohydrates to replenish lost glucose and electrolytes so I took a chance and hit a home-run with this smoothie...
1 cup blue berries
1/2 cup water
5-7 ice cubes
1 TBL chia seeds
2 TBL Great Lakes Gelatin (optional)
Holy cow this was off the hook, creamy, frothy and delicious. Enjoy!
At 37 years of age I decided to buy my first "nice" bicycle, with the exception of this speed demon below. I've always loved riding bike, especially as a kid.....
and in Florida during the winter months but never purchased one for myself. In addition our local area has many trails and beautiful areas to explore on a bike, plus its great exercise. So this week I took the leap and ordered a Trek Dual Sport 2 from the Trek store in New Hartford. I researched these a bunch and Treks lifetime warranty on the frame, reliable Shimano parts and customer service I found impressive. I went with a hybrid (50/50) bike, as I plan on riding hard pack trails and road 50/50% of the time. While I was at the store the salesman mentioned a bike trip some of you may find worthwhile exploring, especially the hardcore junkies. The worlds longest off pavement cycling route is called the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. While the entire route is 2,808 miles, it can also be done in 7 different sections making it a worthwhile goal for even the hobby cyclist. The route starts in Canmore Alberta Canada and ends in Antelope Wells New Mexico. The full route has over 200,000 foot of elevation change, 45 stages, and 7 rest days. Youtube has a bunch of cool videos on it also. If anyone is going to tackle this, let me know, as we will promote your adventure!
Have an amazing weekend everyone!
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