Fandom Fitness Friday: The Legend of King Arthur

I love making themed workouts. Almost as much as I adore doing themed workouts. Last month, I started coaching online Zoom workouts for my old CrossFit box, South Island CrossFit during the coronavirus shutdown. And I decided if I’m going to lead workouts, I might as well have some fun. So I implemented Fandom Fitness Fridays. And today, my first and probably most dear to my heart fandom- The Legend of King Arthur.

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ZooFit Workout of the Day- Fandom Fitness: Avengers Assemble

The past few weeks we’ve had some fun with Joss Whedon and celebrating his contribution to the world of sci-fi, girl power, and geeky/nerdy fandoms. Three weeks, and three Tabatas. You’ll be pleased to know this week, I’m not doing a Tabata. No, no, a high intensity interval training workout with only four movements can’t cover all the awesome that is in this week’s workout. We have to create something…bigger.

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ZooFit Workout of the Day- 1/14/20: Productivity Workout for Writers

My husband showed me this incredible documentary YouTube video about a man who ran a marathon in 24 hours. A different type of marathon, this was actually focused on how productive the man could be while running one mile every hour for 24 hours. He actually ran 3 miles the first hour, then set to do his “To-Do List” after completing a mile each hour. Read More “ZooFit Workout of the Day- 1/14/20: Productivity Workout for Writers”

ZooFit WOD- December 12: Fit to the Core

In keeping with the strength-building workouts from the last couple of posts, today I want to focus on the core. We’ve done other core workouts, like Save Our Seas, but ab workouts are great in that you can practically do them nearly every day. Our abdominal muscles are particularly strong and can take a fair amount of tearing and strengthening before they need to rest and heal. Read More “ZooFit WOD- December 12: Fit to the Core”