6 Do Anywhere Holiday Workouts

Let’s go into this holiday season strong, armed with six do anywhere workouts and styles. My purpose as a coach is to teach people. Not only to teach them how to perform exercises, but also how to think. Here are six workouts in six different formats, feel free to mix up the movements in each style and you have infinite combinations to do at home:

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George Cullen
Full Commitment

You've been thinking about it for a while now. Getting a gym membership. Big box gyms are offering all kinds of deals this time of year - $1 down, $10 a month, all with "no commitment."  If that is the kind of gym you are looking for, Storm is not for you. 

We are a FULL commitment gym. That's because we believe in helping you achieve your goals. At Storm, you commit to us, we commit to you. Simple reciprocity. 

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George Cullen
The Variable Hour Work Day

I want to challenge your stereotypical work day and work week. I want you to try something new, something which will increase your employees’ moral, reduce your turnover, and actually increase productivity.

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George Cullen
The Role of Stress.

When we train – we put our bodies under stress. We must recover from this stress before the next training session or we risk injury. What we don’t think about though the effect of external stress and training.

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George Cullen
Stop 21-15-9ing Yourself To Death

You want to be elite? Be strongest and fastest for the longest. People 21-15-9 themselves to death thinking it will get them to Matt Frasier status – and they might see some improvement, but it won’t be sustainable, healthy, or get them to the level they want to be. 

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George Cullen
Time To Make It Public.

Last week, Sarah wrote about her upcoming goals.

This is less of a blog about a specific subject and more about my personal goals over the next year.

I have had this goal written down for a while now, but it is time to make it public.

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George Cullen
That was Tough...What's Next

I like having someone, or something, holding me accountable. Perhaps I didn’t give this last challenge my all. So I am going to try something different. One thing I hate doing is letting people down. So we are going to let our friends, family, and followers select my next goal.

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Sarah Cullen
Motivation – There’s no Such Thing.

There is no such thing as motivation. Let me repeat, there is no such thing as motivation. Motivation is fleeting, it exist for two seconds and is gone the next. People do not motivate others, they inspire others. This inspiration last only as long as the person is in a good mood. Do you want to achieve your goals? You don’t need motivation, you need momentum.

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George Cullen
Morning Attack Plan:

The other week I wrote about an evening routine. That can be read here

This week, I want to talk about the morning routine. Two examples are written out. Some people prefer to get a workout in early while others prefer to workout later in the day. No matter what, I am a fan of getting up early.

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George Cullen
It Ain't Pretty

Back in August, I wrote about Starting Over. Now that some time has passed and I am only a few weeks out from the Tough Mudder I vowed to participate in (George and I are signed up for Oct. 21), I find it appropriate to provide an update on this whole “Starting Over” process.

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Sarah Cullen
Starting Over

It is easy to talk about and read about fitness when you are actively involved in fitness. However, after college, after kids, after a new job, many of us no longer prioritize nor engage in fitness activities beyond a walk to the coffee shop during our lunch break.

I am writing on this topic because it is something I am struggling with as well: Starting Over.

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Sarah Cullen
Becoming the Salesman

As a gym owner, my goal is to empower others to achieve their own goals. I aim to push people to achieve more, be better, and use what is learned in the gym, outside of the gym.

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George Cullen
CrossFit and Programming

Here is my problem with CrossFit’s program: There isn’t one

Why am I being so critical of CrossFit? Because I believe it can be a good program when run by professionals well trained in the health and fitness industry. Unfortunately, the inherent problem is that Greg Glassman (the founder and owner of CrossFit) does not believe in periodization and he has lost control of the affiliation process.

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George Cullen