Jonathan S.

Jonathan S.

Kenzai Kettlebell | Day 15 (Member)
Kenzai Kettlebell
Day 15
 
Program progress:
Belz- Day 15

Week 2 review.

Workouts- 7/7. Good week of workouts. Got them all done and played a lot of pickleball as well.

Diet- I would say 65-70%. Room for improvement that’s for sure.

Blogs- 2/5 Pretty piss poor actually. Spent very little time blogging/ reading blogs.

Lessons- 7/7. Always love the lessons.

Overall not bad. Love working out every day. Still doing most the workouts with my son.

Hope everyone is doing good. Will spend some time tonight catching up on your blogs.


Belz- Day 10

Clearly my streak is over. Missed a few days of blogs. I knew the first weekend would be full of Kenzai “no, no’s; with Fathers Day Celebrations followed by a golf tournament.

My diet has been tight since Monday.

Plan to run it fairly clean from here on out.


Belz- Day 7
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Free cardio done, day enjoyed. Wouldn’t call it Kenzai complaint but It was fun.

Hope you dads out there enjoyed your Father’s Day.

Still batting 100%.


Belz- Day 6

A miserable rainy day in Rochester, NY. A perfect day and week of Kenzai.

Blogs- 6/6
Workouts- 6/6
Lessons- 6/6
Good jokes- 3/6 (50% is higher than my usually average, well pleased)

Hope everyone is enjoying your weekend.


Belz- Day 5

Master plan in full effect today. Walked in the door after a long week craving a beer. Even went to the beer fridge rummaging. Had I not worked hard the weekend before cleaning out the fridge I would have caved to the temptation.

Well done Jonathan, give yourself a pat on the back and reward yourself by begging a beer from the neighbors.


Belz-Day 4

Enjoying Kenzai approved carbs for dinner while I can. Unlike you skinny guys once the program is in full swing they only give me a glass of water and a stick of gum for dinner.

100% in play.

Lesson 4/4
Workout 4/4
Blog 4/4

Hope everyone is doing well.


Belz- Day 3

Good day. Slowly getting back into the groove. Late workout but got er done.


Belz-Day 2

Love being back in training. Honeymoon period for sure. Ride the wave while it lasts.

Best part, been doing the workouts with my son. He only complains about the jump rope.


Belz- Day 1

Looking forward to being on program again after a 2 month hiatus. Eating clean and daily exercise are always welcome after some time off.

Cardio remained strong with regular runs, pickleball, but did zilch resistance work. Have a feeling I am going to be sore in a few days.

That said I worked hard over the last few days to clean the house of all beer. If I can apply that work ethic to the next 6 weeks it’s just gonna be one hell of a program.

Will be good meeting all my new teammates. Let’s rock this.


Last 2 weeks didn’t engage with the workouts. Here are my final stats. You get what you put into it.

5 mile run- 43.31
Push ups-44
Sit ups- 62
Pull ups- 4

All around improvement so no complaints.


Nice recovery run today. Didn’t push it didn’t go slow. Cruise speed.

Startled 5 deer who jumped across my path running into the woods with their tails up. Shhhh don’t tell them I was startled too, shorts may need a good spin in the washing machine.

I can tell I am gonna like this challenge. Unlike the other programs I have done there is a goal outside of health and impressing the ladies with my six pack. (Lady- singular)

I like goals. My lady likes 6 packs. Lots to like about this challenge.

After I change my shorts it’s time to hunt down the other participants. You can run but you can’t hide.....,,,


Push ups- 44
Sit ups- 54
Pull ups- 4
5 mile run- 46.03.


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KB2- Final Post 

Wow what a ride. This was a great experience. I am now 10 months in and have seen steady progress in both mind and body.

KB2 was a a stepping stone not the end of my journey. Since beginning last June I have lost over 30 lbs, increased muscle mass, and developed healthier habits. There is still plenty of room to grow before the inevitable plateau.

I also hope to be with many of my Aspen teammates in future programs. Thank you all for being great teammates. I really enjoyed the camaraderie.

Next up, starting today is the Ranger Challenge, Half Marathon in 3 weeks, and then a well deserved break of-fairly but not perfectly complaint maintenance. Will start a 6 week program in July.

Thanks again team.


KB2- Final Post

Wow what a ride. This was a great experience. I am now 10 months in and have seen steady progress in both mind and body.

KB2 was a a stepping stone not the end of my journey. Since beginning last June I have lost over 30 lbs, increased muscle mass, and developed healthier habits. There is still plenty of room to grow before the inevitable plateau.

I also hope to be with many of my Aspen teammates in future programs. Thank you all for being great teammates. I really enjoyed the camaraderie.

Next up, starting today is the Ranger Challenge, Half Marathon in 3 weeks, and then a well deserved break of-fairly but not perfectly complaint maintenance. Will start a 6 week program in July.

Thanks again team.


KB2- Day 86

For the record, yesterday’s post was a bs April Fools post. I have no intention of doing 5 workouts a day for 5 days. I celebrated the completion of 1.

On the other hand. I really did enjoy the circuit workout. Was fun for a change of pace.

Hard to believe we are so close to the end. This has been a great program.

Hope you are all having an amazing week so far.


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