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“Stillness is death.” - Ed Calderon

Ed’s background is counterintelligence, military and government work, and a bunch of other really cool stuff. He is an excellent writer and a very cool human being, and this quote from him is one of my favorites. It means so much to me.

In combat, you will die if you stop moving or engaging in the fight. Physically, our bodies will atrophy and whither away if we do not move enough. Emotionally, if I do not deal with the things in front of me, they will pile up and create a mountain of issues within my head box.

No matter what obstacles come our way, we must press on and move forward. In fitness, leadership, parenting, business, entrepreneurship, and literally anything else that matters in life; stillness is death.

Keep bobbing and weaving, keep moving, KEEP GOING!

Have a great week!



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.

  2. Deadbug Exercise:

    • 3 sets of 12 reps per side

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

  3. Russian Twists:

    • 3 sets of 15 reps per side

    • Use a medicine ball or dumbbell.

  4. Planks with Leg Lifts:

    • 3 sets of 12 reps per leg

    • Strengthen your core and hips.

  5. 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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