ChalkBox Training – ChalkBox Kettlebell / 6 Week Challenge
That’s Right, We’re Talking S*%t
Interpreting the Bristol Scale
Type 1 – Rabbit turds are for rabbits. If you’re pooping pebbles, it could be that you’re dehydrated, or that your gut flora or bacteria may be out of balance.
Type 2 – Like a condensed type 1, meaning that it’s probably sitting in your colon for a longer period of time . . . not good. Poop shouldn’t hang out in the body for more than 72 hours. Build-up like this can start pushing up against other things and cause discomfort and impede other body functions. The diameter of the poop also won’t feel good coming out.
Type 3 – OH BOY! This is constipation to the max – not healthy. Aside from a desperate need for fiber, you’re also looking at chronic dehydration and severe gut-imbalance issues.
Type 4 – Good poops for the once-a-day type person.
Type 5 – Good poops for a two or three times-a-day type of person, likely after meals.
Type 6 – Borderline not-so-good. This is like a rushed Type 5 . . . should be a Type 5 but it was rushed. It may have been rushed because of a food sensitivity (caffeine?), or stress.
Type 7 – Something is definitely wrong. This is how the body reacts when it’s trying to rid itself of toxic substances.
Warm-up (No Measure)
30 seconds of each movement
Single KB Dead-lift
Satellite 1 for 1 R/L
Squat catch halo
Single step-out swing
Hand to hand step-out swing
Spend 15 min.
A1: Cable wide grip lat pulldown (12 reps X 4 sets)
A2: Push-ups (10 reps X 4 sets)
Rest while waiting your turn for Pulldowns
Metcon (AMRAP – Reps)
3 min work to 1 min of rest
Moderate to light KB
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