New Year’s Resolution: A Workout A Day in 2014

2014 January 4
by David Schlichter

Chris Lindley is a colleague of mine in the Denver cohort of the Executive MBA program from Washington University in St. Louis, and he is a force to be reckoned with. Chris whips Denver residents into shape every day across his five Qi Functional Training Centers around the city, he’s an Army vet, personal trainer, leader, and entrepreneur. And now, in addition to all of that, he’s going to get your butt into shape every day of 2014…online on vimeo.

Chris’ philosophy of “functional” training utilizes the techniques that “have the biggest physical fitness impact with the least amount of risk of injury. Rather than train like an NFL linebacker with heavy weights, I will make you move along every plane, using your own body weight for the ultimate workout.”

In 2014, Chris will be posting a short workout video every day of the year. The workouts are short (5-7 minutes), intense, and require nothing except your own body. See above for Day 3 of 365, a workout featuring hand stands, wall sits, crow, and plank.

If your New Year’s Resolution is to get in shape in 2014, Chris’ videos would be an easy way to get started. Interested in getting even more involved in your own physical fitness in 2014? Check out one of the Qi Functional Training Centers in person. Locations are all around Denver, and the Qi website often features a monthly deal with discounts on memberships and classes.

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