Whether you choose to drink alcohol or not, that's your business. If your goals are to become a better athlete or lose weight, you may want to think about this, the next time you grab a cold one. (The following is part of an article from The Box Magazine - November 2014, pg 12) Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School had 11 men and 14 women imbibe enough (alcohol) in one hour to raise their blood alcohol content to 0.08 g/dl - something many Americans do multiple times a week. After testing subjects' blood samples over a four-hour period during the experiment and again the next day, the UMass team observed rapid increases in blood toxins at levels high enough to cause inflammation and tissue destruction.
Think about that… inflammation and tissue destruction. Yuck.
Throw the MB behind you - fully extend the hips x 10
Spider man stretch x 5/side - hold each one for about 10 seconds
200m KB Farmer Carry (Heavy)
10 Weighted Pistols (Moderate)
10 KB SDHP (Moderate)
10 Plyometric Push Ups