Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Intu-Flow with Bells Yet to Come

Woke up and performed some Intu-Flow this morning.  It turned out to be a hodge podge of the Intermediate and Beginner programs along with some of the Kettlebell Foundation Joint Mobility(KFJM)  movements mixed in.

The nice thing about taking my time and working through each of the programs individually is that I am finding that some movements work better for me for certain areas of my body and I can now pick and choose to make a more effective training session.

For example, this morning I started off with the Intermediate Intu-Flow program: neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, arms and hands.  But when it came to my thoracic spine, I selected the Isosceles and Sway from KF JM.  Moving down to the hips, I performed the Intu-Flow movements from both the Beginner and Intermediate program.  For the spine, it was Intu-Flow Beginner with a little bit of Bob and Weave from KFJM.  The rest of the movements were all from Intu-Flow Intermediate.

Today at work we are having a kettlebell session on our lunch hour.  A handful of us took advantage of a free week trial at the fitness facility on site and will be bringing our kettlebells in with us.  I'm not sure what I'll be taking people through just yet, but it should be fun.  I just have to make sure I don't overdo it myself.  More on that later today.  Swing 'em high, y'all!

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