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Benny Jones (Benny Jones Jr.)
Cool, formal, skeptical, complex, and challenging. Appeal to my creativity and innovation.
Cool, formal, skeptical, complex, and challenging. Appeal to my creativity and innovation.

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BrendonBurchard always inspiring and this is no exception...
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Can you beat my time...???

* Gator Strong: Modified Beast Mode Workout *

* Original Beast Mode Workout on YouTube *

50-pushups [ss] 25-Pullups
40-pushups [ss] 20-Pullups
30-pushups [ss] 15-Pullups
20-pushups [ss] 10-Pullups


And I am probably older than Mr. Juice by at least 15-years too and I finished off the rest of my pizza from Saturday after I got home...

* Modified Beast Mode *

I start with 30m of Cardio and finished with 15m of MBW. Can you beat my time...

// 30min Treadminll
- 5m Warmup: 3.0Mph
- 10m Incline: 3.5Mph/4.5I
- 10m HIT: 3.0-2m/6.0-2m
- 10m Flat: 3.5Mph/0.0I
- 5m Cooldown: 2.5Mph

// 15min: Pushups [superset] Pullups [superset] Abs
- Pushups: 50/40/30/20
- Pullups: 20/15/10/5
- Abs: 20/20/2/20

Total time = 45 min

Everything in moderation, have a good week.
#gators #beastmode #beatmytime #workout
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Can you beat my time...???
Friday Workout Bout Damn Near Killed Me...

Total 1h15m can you beat it, do your own modification...

//Warm up: 30min
- 30m Lifecycle at Level 12 as Warmup

//Leg Workout: 45min
Giant Set: Leg Press/SmithSqts/LegCurl/LegExt/HexDeadlifts/Abs=1 set. 4 Rounds or sets in the following order

- Leg Press: 4X45X50/6X45X40/8X45X20
- SmithSqts: 185X10/185X10/185X10/185X10
- Leg Curl: /100X20/100X20/100X20/100X20
- Leg Ext: 150X20/150X20/150X20/150X20
- Hex Deadlift: 225X10/225X10/225X10/225X10
- Abs: 20/20/20/20

Don't worry about the weights some are going to do more or less focus on the exercises and the time. Normally I can get this done in 60min but Friday is a tough day to workout.

Let me know if you can beat it for time 60min.
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Don't be fast, fake or easy...
src: fb/champions fitness network

Minimal Effective Dose....
Sunday, Shoulders/Arms (My Fav Workout Day):
34-minute (4m-Warmup; 20m-Weights; 10-CardioHIT)
- 4m Lifecycle
- 20m Weights (Drop sets)
- - Curls: 135X5, 115X5, 95X8
- - Shoulder Press: 65X12, 45X12, 35X12
- - Side Laterals: 25X12, 15X12
- - Tricep Ext: 130X12 ss/w Mch Curls: 120X8 = 2 Sets
- 10m HIT Lifecycle: 1min@50w; 30sec@300-400w
*To get out in 34-min you have got to be moving through with minimal rest and your focus and concentration have to be right.

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New PR:: Leg Press 8/45x40, almost got 50 reps but my mind punked out on me not to mention legs on fire...Here's the rest of the 35-minute workout:

- 10m HIT lifecycle
- Leg Press: 4/45X20, 8/45X40 (yes 40 reps)
- DB-Deadlift & Press: 60X6, 50X8
- Lunge: 40X10
*I was trying to get a haircut and make it back home by 2pm so I had to make it a Minimum Effective Dose workout...

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Dave Baird (Amazon) on Happiness.......
Happiness: Happiness cannot be found by following other people. Find your own way.
src: Dave Baird: Thousand paths to happiness

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Get organized, I hope this helps......
Let's start the week right, get organized => (1) Activities: Make a weekly list of activities by category: these include work projects, professional development, family time, and personal time (ie: Exercise, Yoga, etc.); (2) To Do's: Create a list of daily things to do: Prioritize the items from #1; (3) Appointments: After prioritizing #1 & #2, schedule your appointments. Hope you have a good week.

Let's us know how we can help...

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Quinoa has the highest profile of all grains give it a try......
Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) has the highest nutritional profile and cooks the fastest of all grains. It is an extremely high-energy grain and has been grown and consumed for about 8,000 years on the high plains of the Andes Mountains in South America. The Incas were able to run such long distances at such a high altitude because of this
powerful grain.

-Contains all eight amino acids to make it a complete protein
-Has a protein content equal to milk
-High in B vitamins, iron, zinc, potassium, calcium & vitamin E
-Gluten-free; easy to digest
-Ideal food for endurance
-Strengthens the kidneys, heart, and lungs
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