Good morning everyone… It’s another wonderful but chilly morning here on the Cumberland Plateau aka “The Redoubt Of The East” but that’s okay because in a few short weeks we will be into spring with warm air and sunshine.
I’ve got so many projects planned… oh so many projects that I had to make a notebook with my to-do-list of projects that I want and need to get done. Sadly, I keep adding several new projects each week to my to-do-list so I’ll probably never get it finished because I’ll finish one project and add two more.
But I’ve found that having and keeping an updated to-do-list is the best way to stay focused and on track with what needs to be done thus avoiding wasting time because I got sidetracked. Do one project, make it off the list and then on to the next.
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This week I’ve mostly been working on Bob – getting into better shape and honing my boxing skills which have been getting lax of the last few months. When I shot this I’d already been going at it for about ten minutes and was starting to get tired and slowing down…
The BOB Body Opponent Training Bag is an excellent choice for solo training and getting into shape. You’ll quickly realize just how out of shape you are when you start throwing some full power punches at Bob. I’ve had a lot of friends try it and after about 30 seconds they feel like their lungs are exploding and arms feel like weights are attached.
Try it yourself – buy your own Bob here and get with it!
Okay, over to you… what did you do to prep this week?