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Sunday 30 May 2010

Posted by The Coach on May 29th, 2010

As the Earth around us changes we must also change with Her, fore a lack of change on humanity’s behalf will result in devastation for ALL living beings. The act of ignorance will only sustain itself, propped up on its false foundations for so long. What is required is a shift in ideology, a shift in awareness and a powerful psychological shift followed immediately by action in what is viewed as important by all. Prioritising our existence must take place in the form of respect for not only other human beings, but other living beings. I urge all of us to stop, find a quiet place and think, feel, understand; what is important us? Do this with sincerity and life will begin to evolve differently, magical changes will take place, where you thought you knew, you now do not, you know differently through new eyes. Powerful, bright, radiant and meaningful images present themselves; reach out and grab these experiences fore they are the beginning of positive change and a new redefined existence… Stef Sifandos.


9 Responses to “Sunday 30 May 2010”

  1. andrew said

    Modern technology
    Owes ecology
    An apology.
    ~Alan M. Eddison

  2. Damon said

    Been absent from posting on The Cell for about a month now. Combination of travel, holidays and injuries affecting training at the moment. Am taking a break from Oly Coaching for next couple of months to work on the basics on my own and improve my squat (both in technique and total weight).

    Front Squat
    Slow increments of weight to 5 rep max (110kg)
    5×3 at 110kg
    5 Rounds of
    1KM Row + 30 Push Ups

    Have finsished reading a book called “Never Let Go” by Dan John who was our initial inspiration for creating the Slosh Pipe (For those who havent picked up the pipe please do so with caution as it is an intense training tool). Will donate a copy to The Cell library for any one at The Cell who is interested reading. Also have a copy of “The Paleo Diet for Athletes” that Ill send down in the mail. Look out for it in next couple of weeks.

  3. The Cell said

    Your a champion Damon and your energy and posting has truly been missed of late! Good to have you back brother…



  4. Pete Yeates said

    45 minute MTB ride on sweet sweet single track, medium pace.

    Great to see you posting Damon, and from the review the book looks like a winner, can’t wait to read it.

  5. Amanda said

    Garage Sunday WOD #1

    5 mins Skipping (trying the length of my new billy or boby lee (what ever his name is)

    8kg KB Prac
    10 x clean and press (L/R)
    10 x Stotts press (L/R)

    5 RFT
    25 x DBL unders
    25 x Russian Swing
    16 kg kb

    = 10 m 28 sec – I think

    Finished with 4 x get – ups each side with 8KG KB
    20 x 16kg Goblet squat


  6. The Cell said

    Love the garage WODS! They are the funnest! And often the ones that are toughest!

    Warm up:
    800m run / mobility drills/ HSPU and handstand practice / specific warm ups to movements

    For time:
    10 Handstand push-ups
    115kg pound Deadlift, 15 reps
    25 Box jumps, 30 inch box
    50 Pull-ups
    100 Wallball shots, 10kg (10ft)
    200 Double-unders
    Run 400 meters with a 20kg plate
    TIME = 19.30min

    Rest 10mins

    3-3-3-3-3 @ 50kg

    GHD Hamstring raises

    Stretch / cooldown

    *Good session this morning, had the pleasure of mixing this up with Storm, MacGyver and Adrian. Great work everyone. This is where I need to work in regards to work capacity: Wall balls slow me down too much, pull ups were good, but also a little too slow for my liking, but the wall balls slowed me down FAR TOO MUCH! Getting better though!

    Had fun with this and lungs were working hard!



  7. Jason Riseley said

    I have often contemplated the difference between a deontology and utilitarian society. In a deontology members conform to a set of shared norms and values based on the fear of the consequences that stem from not doing so. In a utilitarian society people do the right thing, because it is the right thing to do. To maintain order in a deontology, the consequences need to serve as enough of a deterrent to ensure compliance. As the morality of the society becomes numb, the society degenerates into a self perpetuating spiral of ever increasing punishments.
    In a previous life my martial arts focused on the pursuit of the highest level of awareness – Shingen or compassionate view. To consider the consequences of your actions on all involved and choose to act in a way that represents the best outcome for all.
    Regardless of society, we can choose to live each day with a compassionate view.

  8. gus said

    squat: 3x5x102.5(pb)
    press: 3x5x42.5 (pb)
    clean: 3x5x60
    farmers carry

  9. Pete Yeates said

    PM Training
    Back squat (high bar)x 5 @ 15, 45, 65, 75, 85, 95 (2), 75, 75kg
    Double kettlebell press x 5 @ 12, 16, 20, 16, 16kg
    Handstand wall run x 80

    GusMan, great work on your PB’s. 🙂

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