No Man’s Land is the lazy time between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day when very little gets done beyond best of lists and new year’s predictions. Students are on break, and many others are on vacation, making it a little easier to navigate the streets and subways of Boston, but certainly not putting productivity at an all time high. There will be leftover holiday treats everywhere, with a big night of boozing and partying on the horizon.
We all have goals for 2012. I’m sure a bunch of you even have your new year’s resolution(s) ready to go. But how you handle this week can impact how you move forward with your goals for the new year. You’ve been on a roll closing out 2011, your routine’s been dialed in, the holiday season hasn’t driven you completely insane, and you’re feeling good about 2012. Do your best to maintain some semblance of whatever momentum you’ve been building this week. I’m not saying jump the gun on your plan to go full, strict paleo, weighed and measured Zone, but keep the lack of productivity that surrounds us this week outside your mind when it comes to fitness. Fight through No Man’s Land, and come out the other side ready to do work in 2012.
December 27, 2011
Strength: Press 3-3-3-3-3
10 Handstand Push-ups
20 Overhead Squats (50kg/35kg)
40 Kettlebell Swings (32kg/24kg)
Schedule Update: No classes at CrossFit Fenway on Monday, January 2nd.