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Think back 7 weeks. It was the start of the Whole Life Challenge… and we asked you to do three things in order to measure your starting point: do a measurable workout, measure your body, and take a before photo. These measurements were there to serve you as a measurable starting point – a marker in time that you could look back on and say difinitively, “This is where I was.”
Now it’s time for your final measurements – workout, body and photo. This is really the act of finishing the Challenge, like putting a period at the end of a sentence, marking the end of your journey and giving you the ability to see, specifically, how you’ve changed over the past 8 weeks.
It doesn’t matter whether you think you’ve improved or not. Being willing to measure yourself at the end of the Challenge is simply the act of completing.
Join us as we talk about these measurements and why it’s so important to finish what you started this way.
Andy is what you’d call a modern day Renaissance Man: a former professional trumpeter who attended the Eastman School of Music; a snowboarder, mountain biker, surfer, kayaker, outrigger paddler, mountaineer, and former Marine (Gulf War veteran); a professionally sponsored adventure racer; and the oldest participant to qualify for and participate in the CrossFit Games at the age of 43.
Andy is a certified CHEK Practitioner and holistic lifestyle coach. He holds a spectrum of certifications from CrossFit and is also a Vivobarefoot certified running coach. He has trained as a Zen buddhist and graduated with a Master’s degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica.
Andy founded CrossFit LA one of the first and most successful CrossFit training centers in the world and the first to be featured in national media. He is the co-founder of the Whole Life Challenge, Inc, currently its president, and is also a consultant and life/business coach. Andy lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Julia, and son, Dashel.