Fri – 10/1/20

DAILY MINDSET

“I’ll either find a way, or I’ll make one.” – Hannibal

Said by a man who got elephants to climb a mountain.

Angela Duckworth, a leading expert on the study of “grit”, defines it as follows:

“Passion and sustained persistence applied towards long-term achievement, with no particular concern for rewards or recognition along the way.”

If there is a single attribute that is the closest correlate to success, it may very well be grit.

Grit is very much in line with our definition of “mental toughness”. To give our unconditional best, regardless of the circumstances.

It’s doing the unsexy hard work… when no one’s watching.
It’s refusing to see a “failure” as “defeat”.
It’s refusing to believe that elephants can’t climb mountains… and then proving it.

We look to the past not to seek out what is possible. We look to the past to study ways that have worked before.

DAILY VIDEO

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WOD BRIEF + GROUP WARMUP (0:00 – 12:00)

5 Minutes For Quality

5 Push-up to Down Dogs Click Here
10 Straight Leg Sit-ups
15 Second Front Plank on Hands
20 Lateral Hops Over Barbell

Barbell Warmup

5 Good Mornings
5 Back Squats
5 Elbow Rotations
5 Strict Press & Reach
5 Romanian Deadlifts
5 Front Squats

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MOBILITY

Barbell Assisted Straddle Stretch: 1 Minute

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Pec Stretch on Wall: 45 Seconds Each Side

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“Marston”

AMRAP 20:
1 Deadlift (130/80)
10 Toes to Bar
15 Lateral Barbell Burpees

sx: Reduce barbell to suit, Knee raise,

WORKOUT BACKGROUND

  • Honoring Blake Marston, a fellow CrossFitter, on the 5 year anniversary of his passing
  • Special Warfare Operator 1st Class William Blake Marston, 31, of Concord, NH died during Navy SEAL parachute training in DeLand, Fla., Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015, at the age of 31. Marston was assigned to an East-coast based SEAL Team and served in the Navy for six years. Marston completed SEAL Training in 2009. He was a member of CrossFit Rife.

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