This write up has been created directly from a Facebook LIVE chat Miranda did with the members just over a week ago. One of the most common questions she gets - and we get about our program in general - "Is that really all you do?" "How is it possible to see good results with these short workouts?" "Don't I need to do more."
The Street Parking approach to nutrition is consistent with the Street Parking workout philosophy... simple, yet effective. Nutrition often gets over-complicated and overwhelming. There are so many different options out there, but we have found this to be true…
MISSED OUT ON JACKED BY JUNE?? NO WORRIES! THE TEMPLATES THAT WERE USED FOR THAT CHALLENGE ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FOR STREET PARKING MEMBERS ONLY!!
Template weight ranges have been slightly modified from Jacked by June and we have also added a few other options to the food lists that were not challenge approved to make this more about lifestyle than points.
Are you having trouble getting motivated to work out? Or, once you start your workout, are you having trouble keeping up the intensity or have thoughts of quitting? Are you comparing your times on the leaderboard and feel they are never good enough? First understand that you are not alone.
We always give options for all different types of pull up scales. Strict pull ups, kipping, banded, ring rows, jumping. We film all of these on our small rig on the garage, and that might leave many of you wondering - "What if I don't have space for a rig?" or "What if I can't afford one right now?"
We know some of you have a little extra time and just love to lift heavy. In this newsletter, we have broken down some of the lifting programs for building general strength that we have followed in the past.
We also wanted to make a quick note about RESTING - and when to take a rest day. What does that even mean??
As the Street Parking Family has continued to grow, we have learned that many of you have different goals - or even different interests or backgrounds when it comes to what you like to include in your training. This is where the Sunday Accessory Workouts were born.
In my opinion - consistency is the most highly overlooked component of a person's fitness program. I don't mean consistency for a week, or a month, or a 12 week "cutting" phase. I mean consistency across a year, 3 years, a decade, your whole life.