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Going Out With a Bang | Last Workout of 2013



Juggling is a difficult skill to master. I never was very good at multi-tasking; my strength is in the details and

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commitment to one task (or person) at a time.  Why is it, then, that all I seem to do is fill my time with more and more AND MORE little tasks that seem to rob me of the love for this work that brings out the best in me!

Am I worried I’ll fail?  Am I scared to say “no”?  Don’t I remember why I gave up nursing? Don’t I remember the post I wrote a few months ago on what busyness does to your business?  

This post will mark my last workout (or article) for this year.

In less than a month, I am marrying the love of my life, Jonathan, and beginning a very exciting new chapter for myomytv :)  My website will finally relaunch with a new look and you are being invited to consider why *you* come here? Because in about 2 months, I will cut the ribbon on clearly-laid-out content (at last) and my NEW Coaching Services AND my first EVER product, all including a very special addition that will be the central part of what I offer here.  There will be a choice to browse the content *you* prefer and I will be writing and training with the full passion I have always had for this wee domain of mine.

At the end of the day, I want myomytv to be an honest account of fitness for life – training, mind-set and faith.  It’s who I am. I can’t separate them because each step of progress I ever made was when all THREE were right within me.  And I truly believe that if you allow your gifts and passion to grow then you *can* make a difference to others’ lives.  Whether you are searching for  home (or gym) workouts, exercise tutorials, motivation or something a little deeper, I can assure you that you will find it here.  This site is a place of zero judgement and I want it to be clear that nothing I write is ever intended to “preach”.  I simply share what I love and hope you will appreciate my openness and honesty about life: body, mind and soul.  


With such a huge vision/mountain to climb (in the best possible way), I am taking the next few weeks to organise materials, tutorials … oh, and MY WEDDING :D   

If you want to stay up to date with things, I will continue to post on Myomytv’s Facebook and Twitter Pages. You are also welcome to friend-request me personally on Facebook as I will update it with wedding photos etc :)

If you are interested in Training with me, contact me at myomytv@gmail.com and take advantage of my Special “Before I leave for Saudi” in-person Coaching :)  A block of 8 Personal Training sessions for £200.  (**Note: I will be on holiday from December 25th 2013 – Jan 12th 2014**). All sessions must be used by mid-Feburary.  After that, I can offer Online Coaching from Saudi which is GMT+3 HOURS (in the winter and +2 in the summer).


Since you have sat through all this, I shall now reward you with a NEW workout ;)

Myomytv’s Last Workout of 2013



1a. Single Leg Box Squat (with counter-balance): 4×6-10 reps (each side)

1b. Renegade Row (2x16kg): 4×12 reps (total)

1c. KB Snatch (14kg then 16kg): 4×6-10 reps (each side)

1d. Plank Climber: 4×30 seconds (ish)


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year :)



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6 Responses

  1. Keith says:

    Congratulations on your upcoming wedding, and a Happy New Year, Marianne. Your blog is excellent and has taught me a lot. You have a great future ahead. I wish you all the best.

  2. Kellie says:

    You have so many wonderful treasures ahead, Marianne. Most of all you must recognize that you have earned everything blessed in your life.


  3. Thomas says:

    Thank you for being an excellent role model and motivating me to go get my dream job (and for the kbell exercises :-)

  4. Heidi says:

    Oh watching the video I actually have a question – you don’t turn your thumb back in the snatch/rotate your wrist? (At the bottom position, when you go through the legs).


    • Marianne says:

      That’s right. I keep my thumb facing forward. Steve Cotter taught me this and it helps reduce the tug on my forearm and keep my shoulder in a better position for the swing through :) It’s a preference, but it can make it easier to keep your elbow from flaring out to the side, too.

  5. Heidi says:

    I’m looking forward to it Marianne!

    Heidi H.

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