***sorry... long-winded post alert***
some of you know now that i was cleared to get back to the grind, a coworker and i decided to start up a 4 week "challenge" to see who could make the most improvement overall. this post is less about my results and more about what i learned along the way... #1 you can't "out work" poor nutrition! i always believed i could burn off c****y food with a little more tennis but busted that myth with this challenge. thanks @huel@huel usa for a great product to start my days off right! #2 accountability partners keep you on track! go challenge someone and tell people around you about your challenge so you know you have to stay on track! shoutout to @thory_c@jensz_27@justin_maziarz_cpt@jcarrajat and @theedgefitnessclubs for the push!! #3 short term goals build long term habits! as we approach resolution season, people say things like "i'm gonna get jacked/shredded by summer" but when spring rolls around they feel defeated if they haven't made the progress they want. set realistic goals and benchmark your progress along the way. #4 your weight is a poor reflection of progress! i weigh the exact same amount in my before and after's but dropped body f*t and gained muscle mass. so do yourself a favor... go challenge someone and get after your results! by no means is this my finish line. i've just laid the foundation for the work to come! 💪🏾
Unsigned senior teon nesbitt lights it up in our home opener finishing with a game high 25 points on 5/7 3pt fgs & 4 assists. check out the intensity on defense, this kid has a high motor and can shoot it from the bus!!!