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Sunday 22 November 2009

Posted by The Coach on November 22nd, 2009

The interchangeable relationship of knowing self and environment.

Understanding of self leads to understanding of our surroundings and external environment. Our environment consists of what is near and what is afar. Our immediate environment can provide us with insight to our origins and our origins provide us with meaning, our reason for existence and why it is potentially we do what we do, such as: our attitudes, beliefs and diversity’s across so many different arenas. All of this is woven within the fabric of our reality which is maintained within the realm of cosmic observation (which is considered our environment afar). SS

 

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13 Responses to “Sunday 22 November 2009”

  1. The Cell said

    My apologies for the late post,technical issues last night…

    SS

  2. The Cell said

    Pull your finger out Stefanos! πŸ˜‰ hahaha

    It was worth waiting for though mate. You’ve finally posted something that isn’t beyond my limited intellect!! πŸ™‚

    “Where you are in life is a direct result of the choices you have made”……… JD

  3. gus said

    “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”
    -Victor Frankl

  4. The Cell said

    Hello Andrew? Are you there? Jason & Angus, I like it!

    πŸ™‚

    SS

  5. gus said

    he must be sick! or finally out of quotes lol

    so recently i’ve been thinking about part of the crossfit mantra.. “regularly learn and play new sports”.

    Over summer I’m keen to try and incorporate a bit of this, but i’m not sure where to start. I enjoyed my foray into jujutsu a while back, however I didn’t really enjoy the knee injuries and don’t particularly want to risk messing up my patella again as it puts me out of action for too long. This probably rules out team things like soccer or footy etc for the same reason.

    Considering I’m a suit wearing capitalist by day, there’s always golf, however I’m not sure the other members would appreciate me yelling “3-2-1.. GO!” then racing through as many holes as possible in a set timeframe πŸ˜›

    any other suggestions? i was thinking maybe something like kayaking.. however that would require, evidently, a kayak, with which to take it up.

  6. The Cell said

    I’m thinking mountain biking Gusman. I came very close to purchasing a bike about 6 months ago and kinda just, didn’t! Recent events in my life have got me on track to buying one again very soon and riding off into the sunset!! πŸ˜‰

    Not keen on golf. I can’t see the point in not having many shots. I like to get my monies worth so I’m going to hit that damn ball as many times as I want! Not that I have much of a say in it. If I want to get it in that bloody hole in usually means me having many, many shots!!! πŸ˜›

    JD

  7. The Cell said

    Jase
    W/Up
    3 rnds of:
    35kg HSC, 5 reps
    35kg Push Press, 5 reps
    5 GHD Sit Ups
    Pigeon Stretch

    Strength
    Back Squat 5 x 5
    105/115/122.5/125/130kgs

    Dble KB Floor Press 5 x 5
    20/24/28/32/34.5kg
    (if you’re wondering how I did 34.5kg with KB’s, I stuck our magnetized Olympic Collars that weigh 2.5kgs each to the 32kg KB’s. There you have it, 34.5kg KB’s)

    WOD
    “The Ensign”
    AMRAP 3 mins of:
    70kg Power Clean, 3 reps
    Push Up, 6 reps
    Air Squat (sets 1,3 & 5) Ring Dips (sets 2,4 & 6), 9 reps
    Repeat for 6 sets, resting 1 min between sets.
    Rounds: 15 complete rounds
    1: 4+PC+PU
    2: 2
    3: 4
    4: 1+PC
    5: 3
    6: 1+PC

    Easy to see what my bitch is; Ring Dips. I suck at them!!

    JD

  8. andrew said

    gus et al

    β€œIf they expect us to expect the unexpected, doesn’t the unexpected become the expected?”

    anyway I had some suggestion for an alternate workout but stef says its not suitable for public posting..so how about speed golf (maybe with weight vests)..and you can learn japanese at the same time..

    Knowledge of the self is the mother of all knowledge. So it is incumbent on me to know my self, to know it completely, to know its minutiae, its characteristics, its subtleties, and its very atoms. Kahlil Gibran

    BABOOM!!!

  9. Pete Yeates said

    Active recovery = 2hr bike ride along the freeway bike path, nice and easy pace.

    GusMan, Mountain biking is Mint.

    Other sports you could try are: Adult Gymnastics, Dragon Boat Racing, Running, Cycling, Swimming, Triathlon, Rogaining, Parkour, Surfing, Wind surfing, Kite surfing, Body boarding, Spear fishing, Body surfing, Sky diving, Rock climbing, Trecking, Water Skiing, Hang gliding, Sailing, Rowing.

  10. The Cell said

    Boxing with brother this morning – sparring, bag work, etc…

    Gus the world is your oyster, Andrew good idea in not posting that suggestion! HAHA!

    SS

  11. Pete Yeates said

    Gusman… my vote is for Jelly wrestling. Or fox hunting.

    However, I am VERY keen to try Roller derby once bubs is born. I can so see me doing that – anyone else?
    OH, and that suit flying thingie – now THAT would be fun.

  12. Vicki said

    HAHAHA that was not peter either… but he’d look a treat in fishnets πŸ˜‰

  13. gus said

    i’d be down with fox hunting

    not sure if my retriever is much of a hunting dog though..

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