Hiya Goodgymers. T This training session is an awesome stand alone session or use it as a finisher at the end of a run, cycle or walk. Let me know how you get on.
‘What you’ll need’ You’ll need the song Roxanne by The Police (https://youtu.be/Nb-ABuRa9Qw)
‘The Session’ Start the song and get down into a low (good quality) squat - Every time you hear the words Roxanne AND Red Light you perform a squat jump then back onto holing the squat.
I.E Hold the squat - when you hear the word Roxanne it’s one squat jump then straight back into a squat and hold it. You hear the words Red Light it’s a squat jump then back into holding the squat again.
The session is finished when the song is complete 👊🏻🤣
Let me know how you get on and don’t forget to send me a photo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fantastic effort from everyone - what a way to finish Monday! This was a heat-generating routine with deep squats, oblique work and arm loading dips amongst other things. Very lovely to see all the familiar faces now, hope you got a little energy boost to finish the day well and see you next time: you can sign up HERE for next week. Great squatting!
Such a lovely catch-up tonight with GoodGymmers from Redbridge, just a chat on a Friday evening to finish the week, discussing being active, suspicoius leg bites, training for ultras and parkruns, reading, meditation, cycling and some ideas for March challenges to keep us moving together!
Some good nature and exercise based plans for the weekend for all - have a good one!
As per previous, this is a work in progress, to be added on if/when more comes in.
Since there were some hiccups last round (getting hold of a kids book can be tricky!) I was catching up on my own bedtime story reading and figured I should open it up to the rest of the Goodgym family as well.
Sofar entries from Oxford, Camden & Redbridge:
- Mr Magnolia - Quentin Blake
- Who sank the boat? - Pamela Allen
- Cuddly Cow - Alex Scheffler
- Thomas and Friends - Molly the Bright Yellow Engine - Reverend Wilbert Awdry
Any more to add? If you want to know more and perhaps do a bedtime reading for the Magpie Project as well, drop me a line