Balance…. Do You Have it?

By: Savina Brown


Balance:  a state in which different things occur in equal or proper amounts or have an equal or proper amount of importance

Source: Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary


These days the obsession with finding balance in our lives is greater than ever. With our crazy schedules of running kids here and there, making work deadlines, getting a daily workout in, meal prepping, paying bills, oh and don’t forget to RSVP to that birthday party next weekend, it almost seems like a constant state of imbalance, chaos, and stress. How can one find balance when they are running from point A to point B to C and back to A?

A wise individual once advised me, “How would you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” Balance can be found in a very similar fashion. Don’t try to change everything all at once; make those minor tweaks and adjustments to find that new equilibrium.

We tend to view balance as this constant state of being. When in all actuality it is forever evolving, it changes month-to-month, week-to-week, day-to-day, and sometimes hour-to-hour. So, become aware of the mental and physical sensation of imbalance in your body. Recognize when you need to reset your scale, make tweaks to your schedule, and get things of the most importance done. Let the little, not-so-important things get done at a later time, and rest assured that you will find that balance once again. Each experience is a learning opportunity and before you know it you’ll have a whole new set of skills to help you gain and re-find your balance.





Warm Up:

3 rds: 15 KBS Russian, 10 Jump Squats, 3 inchworms

Finish with: 10 Total Quad Pulls 3-5 seconds each leg,

15 PVC PT, GM, 20 scorpions, 20 leg swings each



Back Squat 6×2 @80% Every 90 seconds

OR 6×5 (Choose weight)

Lean: No Strength






4 Rounds

7 Deadlifts (205/135)

40 Double Unders


Adv: (245/165), SHSPU


Welded Lean

7 Rounds

25/20 Cal Machine

20 Med ball Slams 20/16

15 DB Thrusters 25/15

10 Burpee box jumps 24/20


Mobility of the day: Hip Capsule (pg. 315)

Improves: Squat and Deadlift, Overall Hip function



Strengthen & Lengthen
6 to 7am

5:30 to 6:30pm

Rest & Restore 

7 to 8am



Bench press with Banded KB

Shoulder press with banded KB