SKB is excited to announce this year's 8 week boot camp! Together we are going to work hard and get healthy outside as much as possible.
For more details, please feel free to contact us!
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Let's dedicate this summer to getting in shape and becoming a Healthier Happier you!!!
We will be using unconventional training methods! Workouts will be in a group environment that will provide you an additional support system.
We will have our first meeting at Saghalie middle school near the track on June 1st at 7:25pm. You'll receive your participant packet and be able to ask any questions you may have. (Note, if you can't make meeting, get in touch so we can get you the information.)
Price per participant is $150.00
This past weekend was the April 2016 Tactical Strength challenge. A group of us had been training for this event three times a week for a little over 3 months. There were three events tied into one day, Deadlift for max weight, Flex arm hang for time for the ladies, max pull-ups for the men and finish with 5 minutes of Kettlebell snatches for reps. The SKB group consisted of seven people; Most of whom had never done anything like before. Each team member was eager to start learning how to properly perform each movement, to perform at the best of their current capabilities and even push beyond. As a coach to be able to watch them grind through each training session, watch their confidence grow, witness PR after PR and see the relationships between each other grow stronger and stronger; I can’t help but hold my head up high. The week leading up to the challenge I could see the nervousness in each of them. They didn’t know what was to come and each had a goal they had set their sights on. When we showed up the day of the event, we, SKB, showed up! We did not hold anything back; we didn’t let a single participant not feel the cheers we have to offer and we did not hold back on our cheers. This is what it is all about. As a coach to watch a small group of people do something they didn’t foresee happening and sharing that with one another is what it is all about. This is why I simply love what I do! Each person did an outstanding job! I could not be more proud of them. I held back the tears as I watched them crush each event. They all thanked me for my time and guiding them, but the real thank you goes to them. Thank you for trusting me and allowing me to be a part of this journey. Thank you for showing up each workout and giving it your best. Thank you for the memories and thank you for being a part of SKB! Thank you for representing SKB in the upmost professional and positive way. You all are the true meaning of fitfam! You are my people and each of you represented your hard work well! I only hope I represented you as well you represented me! We all have become stronger on many levels! Extraordinary resolve!
Here's to training for October!
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This class will take kettlebells, battle ropes, TRX, sandbags, resistant bands, Body Weight movements & blend them together to give you a workout that will shed fat, build endurance & lean muscle in a fun, supportive & positive environment that will leave you feeling confident & sweaty. This class uses timed intervals to keep you moving!
Kettlebell Circuit Class
I can remember the day I bought my first Ipod touch. It came with a program that was already installed for running. I was curious as to what this program was I discovered that I was now able to track my runs. I went out and purchased the sensor, the shoes, and off I went. I have never been one for running long distances, I was fit, but running was just in my routine until that day. In a course of a week I ran over 50 miles! I would do pockets of runs throughout the day, 2 miles here, 3 miles there. After a while, I realized I could look at my past runs and see how I was improving on run times; plus, I could invite friends to share my runs with and they could do the same, and which sparked a little bit of competiveness and drive. That one little program changed my life.
Its hard to not notice the huge growth of fitness technology. You walk into a electronic store and you will see that in every piece of mobile device or wearable device the center is fitness tracking, and its not going to slow down anytime soon. I feel that the growth is closely related to the real time feed back a person will receive while working out or doing some type of physical related activity, they now can easily access their efforts. The advancement of technology is to the point now where you buy a wearable device, sync it to your smartphone, download to a computer, and then share it to a social media platform I where you will receive ‘likes’ and other words of encouragement from people you are friends with, and you begin to inspire them to do the same. With this technology you can track your progressions, for example, you can see how much further you’re running now compared to a month ago, you can track your calories burned for the week to ensure your eating enough to keep yourself fueled. The fitness related technology has allowed a person to actually see their efforts and achievements as they are working out.
There is a small amount of psychology that comes with having a device that tracks your fitness endeavors throughout the day. Like stated before, they are giving real time feed back, you can share your efforts with a friend on social media and receive positive feed back and with that delivers a sense of accomplishment. Some apps have little mini challenges you can participate in which have some type of reward if you beat out your competition. Also, within the app, there are medals that a person can achieve throughout their fitness journey, which give little goals a person can strive for. Technology in fitness is creating an extrinsic motivation for an individual to better themselves through health and fitness and they can see it happening as they do it.
I think we all can remember that first time we bought an app, or bought that new watch to help track our workouts, steps, and calories. We all can relate to how that little piece of technology delivers a motivational drive to finish out the day with meeting the goals we set for ourselves. There are hundreds of apps, hundreds of devices a person can choose from; my suggestion is to find one that you can manage, find one that will work best with your lifestyle, and your goals. Most apps and devices will sync together and you can have different apps for different goals and they will all talk to each other. Everyday they will show you that you are becoming a better version of yourself. The world of fitness is still in the beginning phase of technogly and it’s about to get even better, more accessible, more affordable, and more motivational.
Before the weekend hits, I wanted you to know that I am have a Durability workshop on April 2nd 1016 at the federal way community center. the workshop will cover basic foam rolling for pre and post workouts, The Turkish Get-up, and squats. hope to see you there! have a great weekend and Happy easter!