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A lot of people worry about new lifestyle changes, yet fail to practice any consistency with long term structure or healthy daily habits.

The answer to so many of life’s challenges can be found in continuing to practice healthy habits on a daily basis. Sleep, good food, hydration, exercise, community, purpose/career, etc. It is our own responsibility to educate ourselves on how to be healthy and then to implement those things with some regularity, as best we can. People without daily structure have proven themselves to be significantly less reliable than the people who practice daily disciplines and have implemented a daily structure.

Before you make life complicated and take on anything large, try to focus on the simple daily tasks that help us develop and sharpen our minds. Do what you know to be good for yourself, and do so consistently and as often as you can. When challenges come your way, your strength will carry you through. When opportunities present themselves, your preparation will set your apart.

Do the daily stuff.

Have a great week!



Leg Day W/ Hamstring Focus

As always, warm up properly before starting your training session, and please consult a physician before starting a new exercise regimen.

  1. Barbell Squat - 5 sets x 5 reps @ 70-80% rest 2-3 mins between sets

  2. Barbell Romanian Deadlift - 4 sets x 8 reps. 1-2 min rest

  3. Seated Banded Leg Curls- 4 sets x 20 reps with a resistance band. Rest 1 min between sets

  4. Hamstring Walkouts 3 x 5 walkouts @ body weight 60 sec rests.

  5. 45 Degree Hyperextension 3 x As Many Reps As Possible for 30 seconds. Rest 60 seconds

Workout provided by: Juan Martinez at West Texas Strength Training Facility


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