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This was one of the highlights of my time at Paleo f(x) - during my Primal Play session helping Steph focus on what she could do, not on what she couldn't. Watching her jump was an incredible moment and I am happy I left no one behind. Steph has multiple sclerosis (MS).
It's amazing how much we take for granted, falsely idolising those who have 'amazing' movement skills which can lead to underestimating and not appreciating what we ourselves can do.
I love what I do and I hope to spread the "joy of movement" (that we should all experience) to as many people as possible. Thanks for listening.
Tabata Thursday - Level II, Week 5, Day 32
Jump Pull-Ups (Door) - 26, 29, 29, 31
Waiter's Walk - 32kg kettlebell, then 24 for remaining 3 rounds.
Backwards Crab - 44, 40, 48, 49 (steps)
Salamander Press-Up - 7,7,7,6 (reset after each one)
Tabata Tuesday - Level II, Week 5, Day 30
I completed 4 rounds for Tabata Tuesday:
Skip/Jump Rope: 53,49,50,50 (with rope)
Toddler Climb: 11,12,11,10 (4 touches 1 rep)
Walking Lunge: 12,12,11,12
Backwards Bear Crawl: 30, 35, 32, 30 steps
Door Frame Dead Hang: 38 seconds.
Walk Wednesday - Level II, Week 5, Day 31
I completed around 7000 steps today.
(from the Paleo Fitness Book workout programme)