Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number, Baby

 

Programming for Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Forget about the saying “30 is the new 20″ because let’s face it, 30 is and always will be 30 no matter what way you slice it. Same goes for all the other numbers we associate with the years of our lives. But in the SICFIT world, age truly is nothing but a number. With our steadfast determination to manifest health and wellness in peoples’ lives — and not just physically… we’re talking a deep, whole-life kind of fitness — our members don’t simply survive as they ascend in years, they thrive!

Chronicling his daily experience thriving at 35, our very own Luke Kayyem has put his life in the spotlight as a way to help readers “feel good, look great and get the most out of your 30 something year old body.”

“My name is Luke Kayyem and I am a FITness entrepreneur who runs a  successful Strength In Conditioning facility and has been in the FITness industry since I was 19. My mom was a hippy who gave me soy and tofu because she thought that was healthier than steak and potatoes. Needless to say I needed to do my own research and learn what was good for my gut health and personal wellness. In high school I ate bagels and cream cheese, turkey sandwiches and pasta. Sure I was a growing boy and yes I was playing 3 sports a year but I would never let my kids (Kanon, 6 and Camille, 5) eat that many USDA government suggested servings of bread and pasta a day. ” To see more check out his FITness blog on SICFIT.
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Tuesday Oct 29
Baseline warm-up at 50%
A1 front squat 5.5..3.3.1.1 (30 sec rest)
A2 strict chin up pause at top 1 sec pause at bottom 1 sec x5-8
LIFE use ring rows
FITNESS bands ok (2min rest)
1/2 baseline at 75% (5 min walking rest)
BASELINE at 100%

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