Lydia’s AbsoluteFIT Journey: Real-World Superhero Powers, the AbsoluteFIT Way!

via – Lydia M, AbsoluteFIT Participant & Resident Blogger | AVAC®

You’ll surprise yourself with your own real-life Feats of Strength.
You’ll surprise yourself with your own real-life Feats of Strength.

AbsoluteFIT for its own sake is great. It’ll make ya feel good and look better.

But I bet some people wonder, “Well, yes, but what would I do with all those awesome ripped muscles and that superior cardio fitness and flexibility in real life?” I’ll tell you what I’ve done with mine lately:

  • Uneven Weighted Deadlift Child-Haul: We went to Chuck E. Cheese (I KNOW). They couldn’t agree on a prize to share when we turned in our tickets, so we got nothing. They both went mental, screaming and thrashing. I had to sling one kid over each shoulder and stagger out of there under the weight of both of them. I bet there’s footage of this on the Internet somewhere.
  • Flashlight Sprint: We were walking to the Fourth of July fireworks display, cutting our timing pretty close, and realized we’d forgotten a flashlight for the walk home. I had to sprint the half-mile back to the house, get the flashlight, and catch up to the family before the show started. Made it with time to spare.
  • Be Your Own Roadie: At the level my band is (and always will be) at, you carry your own gear. A bass is heavy, and an amp is heavier, and the gig is up a flight of stairs. No fair getting one of the men to do it, princess!
  • Hike With a Finnish Woman: “Let’s go hiking,” my Finnish friend says to me. “Sure!” I say, picturing a leisurely stroll amongst the blooming poppies. Two-plus hours and seven extremely hilly single-file ankle-breaker trail miles (at a literally breathtaking pace) later, she says cheerily but in all seriousness, “Next time we’ll go on a more challenging route!”

AbsoluteFIT trains you for real life — try it and see!

—Lydia

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