ARTICLE: How Meditation Might Help Your Winter Workouts



Record your best Romanian Deadlift (snatch grip) 8 rep max lift.

8RM, then 2x8 with 90% of 8RM


Complete as many rounds as possible in 18 mins of:
Row, 750 m
21 Dumbbell Hang Power Cleans, 50/35 lbs
63 Double Unders

Competition: 40/30# DUA
Perfomance: 30/20# 126 Singles Fitness: 20/10# 63 Singles


For many of us, the shorter, chillier days of autumn can dampen our enthusiasm for exercise. But a new study suggests that some simple techniques might shore up our commitment to being physically active as the seasons change, and one of them, surprisingly, is to learn to meditate.

Among exercise scientists and enthusiasts, November is recognized as a Rubicon. Many committed, experienced exercisers will continue to be active during this month and the remainder of the winter.

But others’ willingness can waver at this time of year, and they become more sedentary.

study of exercise behavior published earlier this year found that, on average, people moved about 11 fewer minutes per day in winter than during the summer.

Since for some people, 11 minutes represents much of their daily activity time, this drop-off is substantial and worrisome.

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