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If everything in my day seems to fall apart, I want to make sure it ends with everyone loving each other, and each of us choosing to forgive and asking to be forgiven.


Everything can fall apart, but I never want to end my day without my family showing love to one another other. We might argue, disagree, and be angry at one another other, but we can never allow ourselves to stop loving one another.


I try not go to bed with resentments anymore. I don’t like to carry them much at all, but it can happen if I don’t watch myself. I try not to hold onto things, because I regularly ask God to show mercy toward me and my transgressions. He has done this, and I feel that I should also do the same for others, as best as I can! It is important to right my wrongs and to ask for forgiveness if I harm someone.


These are just a few things I reaaallly really try my best to make happen when I see a bad day getting uglier. It doesn’t always work the way I would like it to, but it is very important to maintain these practices in my life.


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Mobility and Core

Warm-up: 5-10 minutes of light cardio

  1. Front Squats:

  • 3 sets of 8-10 reps

  • Enhance mobility and core strength.

  1. Deadbug Exercise:

  • 3 sets of 12 reps per side

  • Lie on your back and extend opposite arm and leg.

  1. Russian Twists:

  • 3 sets of 15 reps per side

  • Use a medicine ball or dumbbell.

  1. Planks with Leg Lifts:

  • 3 sets of 12 reps per leg

  • Strengthen your core and hips.

  1. Hamstring Stretch:

  • 3 sets of 30 seconds per leg

  • Use a strap or towel to deepen the stretch.

Cool-down: Stretch your entire body, paying attention to core muscles and any tight spots.

Remember to progressively increase weights and adjust exercises based on your progress. It's crucial to maintain proper form and listen to your body to avoid injury. If you're new to strength training, consider working with a fitness professional to ensure you're performing exercises correctly

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


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