“I define anxiety as experiencing failure in advance.” – Seth Godin
It’s not abnormal to feel the nerves before something big. We have a several thousand year-old survival mechanism that wants to protect us. A bit outdated maybe, but it’s still alive and well.
This made sense when being chased by predators, or at risk of running out of food. Yet, our day to day actions are different now. Not only do we not need to prepare for catastrophic failure… we should resist it.
What we think, we will become. And if we dwell on the thought on failing, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. We start to focus in, on a subconscious level, on the reasons we will fail. Of course, we’re not in an imaginary world here… we will fail… but it’s the paradigm shift we’re after. Think less about all the reasons we’ll fail, and more, about all the reasons we will succeed.
30 Seconds at Each Station
Station 1:Easy Row
Station 2:Active Samson Click Here
Station 1:Moderate Row
Station 2:Active Spidermans Click Here
Station 1:Faster Row
Station 2:Push-up to Down Dog Click Here
Barbell warm up
DEMO OF BARBELL MOVEMENTS:Click Here
“Hot & Heavy”
Teams of 2, AMRAP :16
40 Calorie Row
20 Thrusters (40/30)