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Co-Mo Collective #8



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!

(if this email was forwarded to you, feel free to subscribe here - wait for the pop up subscriber box) Photo of the week: Overlook Mountain House, Overlook Mountain Woodstock NY. This hotel was built in 1871 and destroyed by a fire in 1875. It had the capacity to accommodate 300 people.



Weekly Workout:


We have received lots of feedback from people enjoying these workouts. Keep at it!!!!


4 Rounds:

5 strict pull ups/ring rows

10 Row Calories

15 Wallballs or DB thrusters

(rest = time it took to complete IE 1:1)


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4 Rounds:

5 box jumps with step down

10 Row Calories

8/arm KB snatch

(rest = time it took to complete IE 1:1)


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4 Rounds:

5 burpees

10 Kettlebell swings

100 Jump Ropes

(rest = time it took to complete IE 1:1)


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4 Rounds:

5 Toes to Bar

20 Kettlebell Deadlifts

100 Jump Ropes

(rest = time it took to complete IE 1:1)


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4 Rounds:

10 Ring Pushups/floor push ups

10 Row Calories

20 Bodyweight Lunges (10/leg)


**This is an aerobic session, and yes it is ONE workout. I recommend modifying exercises that allow you to move throughout the rounds WITHOUT having the exercise limit you from a strength perspective, stay steady, stay consistent, breathe, and enjoy this long sweat fest. **


Quote Im pondering


“Organic Oreos are not a health food. When Coca-Cola begins selling organic Coke, as it surely will, the company will have struck a blow for the environment perhaps, but not for our health. Most consumers automatically assume that the word "organic" is synomymous with health, but it makes no difference to your insulin metabolism if the high-fructose corn syrup in your soda is organic.”

― Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto



What I'm reading, listening, watching or eating:

Contributed by Jessica Lewis

Joe Rogan with Elon Musk Part 2. A brilliant conversation about AI, Neuralink, COVID 19 and Minimalism. I hope you enjoy.


Random:


Pippa Malmgren was interviewed by the podcast Triggernometry and around the 55 minute mark they start discussing the restructure of globalization. In the past, we outsourced many items to China, spent our dollars at large corporations, traveled extensively for no reason, and purchased food from the cheapest supplier. We cut cost and quality so thin that the paper finally ripped. Pippa used the example of Formula One car racing. Mechanics try to shave one gram of weight off the car, increasing its chances of winning. But that one gram is what may break the piece you are working on. Its either correct or catastrophe. That is exactly where we are with the economy. We chose efficiency and we shaved off that extra gram of cost and outsourced to China and large monopoly driven organizations. (Retail, food, manufacturing etc) This will now change. The restructure of globalization will bring things local again with individuals wanting to spend their dollars, at a higher cost, at the local farm, local gym, local restaurant, and people will be spending more time traveling locally to state parks, trails, fishing holes etc. In return economic dollars will circulate locally and small communities will thrive again. A question to ask yourself... what are your dollars supporting? Jeff Bezos getting richer or the local farmer showing a better profit for 2020? We should commend local business owners for SUCCESS as this is an indicator of a healthy COMMUNITY, A COMMUNITY YOU LIVE IN. Often times you hear people complain about the rich getting richer, monopolies, etc... Do YOUR actions support these corporations or YOUR local business?




Have an amazing weekend everyone!


Josh



P.S. My family has purchased grassfed beef, chicken, and free range eggs from Berry Hill Farms in Deansboro since 2007. Happy, healthy animals = happy, healthy humans.


P.S.+ ATTENTION: New clients or returning clients please ensure you have confirmed your training package and time slots with us. Due to the temporary shut down we will be working hard to rebuild and reserve a training schedule and package that best suits your needs, the sooner you get this finalized the better. Email info@co-movement.com or call 315-404-1128. We look forward to crushing the remaining of 2020 with you!





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