[QUOTE=Coach Palfrey;875984]Enjoy it! It very possible to construct a good sandbag strength training program as an alternative to the barbell. I've worked up to a 100kg sandbag clean and press and continue to make progress.
All the best with the training and please do drop me a line with any questions you might have.
I'm also happy to check your technique via a video if you want to fire some over to me.[/QUOTE]
Looking into things now, the book's workout routine looks good.
Is it okay if I pester you on facebook with one or two questions sometime? I have some very silly questions :)
[QUOTE=sakura_girl;873473]Or you can look up the crossfit website for inspiration for workouts, and do them yourself without paying the ridiculous monthly prices :D[/QUOTE]
I used to say that myself... but after a few months in a good box, with a quality coach, I completely changed my tune. Everything about my fitness level has improved since getting quality coaching and programming.
I'm not familiar with exercise being fun... that's why they're called WORK outs. Enjoyable in an endorphin-releasing way, yes. Fun? Not so much.
[QUOTE=Dr. Bork Bork;876192]I'm not familiar with exercise being fun... that's why they're called WORK outs. Enjoyable in an endorphin-releasing way, yes. Fun? Not so much.[/QUOTE]
Not true, in my case anyway.
Capoeira, parkour, wing chun - I'd consider these workouts, they release endorphins, and I do enjoy them. In any case, I have it sorted :D