What is more important: the goal or the journey? Of course everyone wants to win or achieve the goal. If these things came easy then they really wouldn't be that important. Id like to offer the thought of the journey being more important. Why? This is the part that defines you. How much did you really put into reaching your goal? It takes you honestly looking at yourself and assessing what you need to do to make your self better or get closer to the goal. If you don't really do this, then you aren't adjusting what you need to get yourself closer to the goal. During this journey time, you will have ups and downs, you will have schedule conflicts, you will have to deal with more than one thing at a time. How you handle all of this is what is preparing you for the competition day. The competition day is the easy part. Sure the nerves get going and you want to win but if you have prepared the way you needed to then you will be able to give the BEST showing possible. If this means you win, then AWESOME!!!! If this means you dont, then it still isnt any less awesome! It just means someone else was a bit better than you. But you cant fault yourself for giving the best performance you can do. 100% is 100%. So when that day comes up, enjoy it! Empty the tank on the field and let yourself do what you have been training to do!!!!
THE GYM WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THE WEEKEND DUE TO THE REGIONALS!!!!!!!
WE WILL HAVE THE 630AM CLASS TOMORROW SO SIGN UP ON MINDBODY FOR IT!!!
FEEL THE BURN!!!!
"Oh the BEAR!"
Complete the Following:
5 rounds with 3 minutes rest between each round
*1 round consists of 7 reps and 1 rep is all of these moves put together without ever letting go of the bar: Power Clean, Front Squat, Push Press, Back Squat, Push Press from behind, return to ground and touch and go into the next rep. Once you start, you can NOT stop the bar on the ground. You can rest it anywhere on your body for any length of time, but you cant put the bar on the ground even to regrip. If you are unable to get through the entire round, you own 10 burpees at the end of that round. Also, you can put the push press together with the front and back squat, but you must stop between the power clean and the front squat and you must lock it out overhead in the press. The object here is to get as heavy as you can. To score it, average your 5 rounds together. So the heavier you go the higher your score.
*1 rep on the minute for 10 minutes
MWOD.......legs swings for sprinting
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