Patience is a Virtue



Patience is a Virtue

Traditional warm-up

EMOM (every minute on the minute) is a type of interval workout where you perform a specific task at the start of every minute for a set amount of time. Finish the set number of called and exercises and rest the remaining. Or you can space out exercises throughout the minute. Either way works.

Set 1 – Get your heart rate up
Even number minutes – 50 Side straddle hops
Odd number minutes – 50 Mountain climbers
1 min run

Set 2 – Legs
Even number minutes – 20 Romanian deadlifts (10 each leg)
Odd number minutes – 20 jump squats
1 min run

Set 3 – Core
Even number minutes – 20 heels-to-Heaven

Odd number minutes – 50 Freddy Mercury (single count)
1 run

Last 5 min —
10 burpees every minute

That’s it. Nothing fancy, just a grinding, slow burn. It requires patience and grit. Now more than ever we need patience and grit. There’s a lot of reasons I want to rush to the next phase of this pandemic, of my career of my life. I want to do what I used to do. But I must be patient.

Proverbs 19:21
Father, many plans are in my heart, but I pray that Your purpose prevails. Let Your will be done in my life and let the plans that You have released in heaven, be aligned here on earth. I pray that I understand Your purpose for me so that I do not stray from it or forget it. Let my desires become aligned with Your purpose so that I am not conflicted in my lifestyle. This is the prayer of my heart, Amen.

 

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