WOD 5APR14

Sasquatch Fitness Workout of the day for 5 April 2014

Yard work! Yup that’s right! Yard work can provide a good calorie burner. Get out and enjoy the spring!

I did add in some descending muscle ups at the park with the kids because I can’;t do a full muscle up just yet, but if you find a low pull up bar, launch yourself above it and lower yourself down slowly to build those muscles. Repeat to failure!

 

WOD 4APR14

Sasquatch Fitness Workout of the day for 4 April 2014

Make sure to friend me on Runkeeper so we can keep each other accountable. Check out my run here–> Runkeeper

It was my first run to 4 miles and I felt good and could have gone longer distance, but I am pacing myself so I held back. Remember, running is the most basic workout you can do without any exercise equipment or gym memberships. Get out and start running!

WOD 3APR14

Sasquatch Fitness Workout of the day for 3 April 2014

Had an interesting workout today. Started training myself to accomplish a good pistol squat…

Warm up: 40 Push Ups, 60 Crunches

Set 1

10 assisted pistol squats alternate each leg (using a chair for stability)
10 Decline headstand pushups (decline only)

Set 2

10 assisted pistol squats alternate each leg (using a chair for stability)
10 Decline headstand pushups (decline only)

Set 3

10 assisted pistol squats alternate each leg (using a chair for stability)
10 Decline headstand pushups (decline only)

Cool Down: 40 Pushups, 60 Crunches

Woohoo!

 

Sasquatch Fitness IS ALIVE!

That’s right,

Sasquatch Fitness is Alive! I’ve been doing my best to publish good workout videos and explanations as well as interviews with personal trainers. Well now it’s time to get serious. Sasquatch Fitness needed a home on the web. Now I can tie my Youtube playlist with this site and bring you even more great content on Fitness For The Rest Of Us.

If you’re like me, you’re not some CrossFit superstar or the cover model for Muscle and Fitness magazine or even a personal trainer. I’m just a guy who needs to keep up with his kids on the playground and not get too old for my actual age before my time. I’m sure you all know those folks who’ve given up…

This is NOT the place for folks who’ve given up. This is the place for those, beginner or advanced, to have a place to go for non-judgemental information on fitness. I’ve learned enough about how to get in shape from all the reading I’ve done, my military career and being around other fit people. I just never put that knowledge to good use. Now I am!

I’ve actually reduced my Triglyceride levels by 100 points just by employing the techniques I show you on this website. What???!!! you say?! You mean you can actually get fit with just diet and exercise?

YES!!!

So, If you’re like me and you want to get in shape and live a fit lifestyle, then join me and let’s get in shape together! All it takes is dedication and a no quit attitude.

Now, let’s get a workout!

~Jason R. Coleman
#SasquatchFitness

 

WOD 1APR14

Sasquatch Fitness Workout of the day for 1 April 2014

Don’t forget to work on neglected muscle groups! Have you ever seen those bodybuilders with huge biceps and these teeny tiny forearms? Don’t be that guy. Work your forearms. There are many way to do it, but I took the following route:

Warm up: 50 Jumping Jacks

Set 1

12 Incline Db Presses
12 Incline Db Curls
30 crunches
20 standing Bb finger curls
12 seated front forearm Bb extensions
12 seated back forearm Bb extensions

Set 2

10 Incline Db Presses (increase weight)
10 Incline Db Curls (increase weight)
30 crunches
20 standing Bb finger curls
10 seated front forearm Bb extensions (increase weight)
10 seated back forearm Bb extensions (increase weight)

Set 3

8 Incline Db Presses (increase weight)
8 Incline Db Curls (increase weight)
30 crunches
20 standing Bb finger curls
8 seated front forearm Bb extensions (increase weight)
8 seated back forearm Bb extensions (increase weight)

Cool Down: 50 jumping jacks

HOoooo!