Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Daily Thought 2018

It’s Time to Rise
Our world is an ever faster paced more complex and challenging place today. With technology increasing the tempo of our lives the human race is struggling to keep up with the social and emotional changes occurring. At times it all seems to be spinning out of control. It is going to take a new reality to harness the possibilities and use them to our collective advantage. This book about Flow is the most recent in a series that have begun to look at this concept of accelerated learning and techniques to enhance our ability to perform at very high levels and increase our creativity and innovation. It is time for us to raise our game and begin to use all of our being to further the things that matter most to us. Flow science (the science of max human performance) will be at the center of our new understanding  At Kinetic Heights with intentional learning we will use the adventure obstacle experience to challenge our clients and partners to find their best self. We will do this to help them explore who they are, find their current limitations, begin to create a plan to break these limitations become our best version of ourselves. We have to do this to be in contribution to ourselves and our community to bring about a better way to live. It’s up to us to lead the way using all the tools we have at our disposal to impact those around us in a positive way. It’s time for us to step up and be counted, to do our best to strengthen each other and have a much bigger view of what we are capable of. It’s time for us to step up to the next level, work together, share our common needs and goals, and be a force for good in our community. It’s Time to Rise! This book has revealed how much of me I am still leaving on the table. Read The Rise of Superman by Ken Kotler. We have to be the ones who do it, and we need a new generation with the health and understanding to play much bigger and solve our pressing challenges.

“If we center our lives on correct principles and create a balanced focus between doing and increasing our ability to do, we become empowered in creating effective, useful, and peaceful lives.” Stephen R. Covey

Polar Smart Coaching Training Tip: 5 HR Training Zones – Zone 3
This training zone builds aerobic efficiency. Steady State teaches your body to use fat more effectively and build a base to recover back to between hard Interval efforts. Long range energy at a sustained pace. Moderate, 70-80%
Benefits: improves aerobic fitness
Feels like: light muscular strain, easy breathing
Recommended for: everybody for moderate exercises
See the Complete THR Chart

Spartan SGX Training Tip: Workout of the Day (WOD)
Week 7 Day 3 Super WOD: Pushing

Tonights’ Athletic Conditioning Class is Core De Force with Coach Eric Kamont

Beachbody Nutrition Tip: The Omnivore’s Dilemma
“What should we have for dinner?”
This book is a long and fairly involved answer to this seemingly simple question. Along the way, it also tries to figure out how such a simple question could ever have gotten so complicated. As a culture we seem to have arrived at a place where whatever native wisdom we may once have possessed about eating has been replaced by confusion and anxiety. Somehow this most elemental of activities—figuring out what to eat—has come to require a remarkable amount of expert help. How did we ever get to a point where we need investigative journalists to tell us where our food comes from and nutritionists to determine the dinner menu?” Excerpt From: Michael Pollan. “The Omnivore’s Dilemma.”

“We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” Max DePree