Here we go again…another week another Mission begins! After limping to the finish line with one functioning wrist for Mission 5, I have decided that Mission 6 will be “back to basics”!
That is, I won’t be including a new sport for the Mission! Instead, I’ll focus on the fundamentals (weight training and cardio) in preparation for two upcoming triathlons: Robina Triathlon on January 8, 2023 and Caloundra Triathlon on February 5, 2023. Having completed two tris this year I found they were a great way to keep my training grounded on a practical goal. Also, seeing my bro do two triathlons recently I’ve got the bug back!
Back To HyperShred Training
My training program for this Mission will also be a program I have done before with success, RTP HyperShred. This is the one that started it all back on Mission 1 when I lost 19.9kgs. In fact, I just finished my first workout for M6 and it felt great to reincorporate the high intensity weight training.
Sticking To Weekly Accountability
Just like M5 I’ll be sticking to my “new” weekly accountability system (as opposed to the daily accountability I followed for the first 365 days). Of course, the one improvement I’d like to make on this Mission is actually completing all 12 weeks of accountability!
Throughout this Mission I’ll also incorporate specific pre and post workout mobility to try to prevent injuries cropping up like they did last Mission. The older I get the more I realise just how important this aspect is to training effectively. Not much can be done once your wrist or knee goes!
Well, I think that covers the parameters of Mission 6, see you next week!
Weekly Accountability Log
Mission 6: Day 1 of 84 (M6 Week 1)
1) Mindset (12 weeks)
2) Motivation (12 weeks)
3) Goals (12 weeks)
4) Scales (12 weeks)
7) Real Time Wildcard
Cumulative Acc. Score
Cume. Acc. Percent Score