When in doubt, workout. Not only does exercise help to manage stress and anxiety, it is also associated with longevity. Taking time to move your body does more for you than meets the eye.

And just as exercise helps to cultivate a healthy body and mind, lending a hand to others is good for the soul. If you are looking for ways to help those affected by the devastating wild fires, here are some helpful links.

How to help wildfire victims: Everything you need to know

Help For Animals Is Available & Needed

How to Help Animals Affected by Northern California Wildfires


Gumsaba Outdoor Boot Camp Met Con DIY!

You will need weights, mat, Jumprope and a band for this DIY!

Part 1: Roll then Warm Up

10 Shin Grabs – 10 Toy Soldiers – 10 Ankle Grabs – 10 Windmills – 10 Squats 20 Hi Knees – 20 Butt Kickers

Band Work: Band on lower legs, just below knees:


10 Leg Drops

10e Fire Hydrant

10 Supermans

5 Inchworm Push Ups

Part 2: ROM Set – Perform 2 Rounds

10 Push Press

10 Lateral Step to Single Arm Press

10 V Ups

50 Skips On Jumprope

Part 3: Metcon: Repeat 4X

12 Step Ups

6 T Spine Push Ups

12 Stiff Leg Dead Lift

6 Navy Seal Ups

Row Bike or Run 1 minute fast!

Part 4: Core Blast Repeat 3-4 X depending on fitness level

5e Side Plank Row

5e V Crunch

20 Bicycles

20 Mountain Climbers

20 Skaters

20 HI Knees

Part 5: Static Stretching:

Glutes Hips, Chest, Shoulders, Hams, Quads.


Thrive on,

Coach Jentry