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Co-Movement Collective #17

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: The Origins circa 2010

Weekly Workout:

The turkish get up is a movement defined by truth. You can either get up off the floor with the weight or you can not. No cheating or "strategies". Test #1

  • 1 repetition per arm, maximum weight with the turkish get up

rest 5 minutes Test #2

  • Row 5,000 meters- The beautiful thing about the aerobic energy system much like above, you can not trick it. You can either SUSTAIN the pace or you can not.

A very nice milestone for the turkish get up is 1/2 of your body-weight for males and 1/3 body-weight for females.

Quote I'm pondering :

"True success is not the absence of failure, it is the refusal to surrender". Lazarus Lake, race director of the Barkley Marathon

What I'm reading, listening, watching or eating: Shawn James and the Shapeshifters on Pandora has been my go-to training music for the past 6 months. Soulful and grungy.


Dag Aabye is an Ultra Marathon champion who lives completely off the grid, in a school bus near Vernon British Columbia. The best part... he is 76 years old. His slogan, "Never Die Easy".

Have an amazing weekend everyone!


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