The phrase "what if" always seems to have a very negative connotation.  When a kid is playing on some structure, you will here the parent say "what if you fall off and break your arm!" If youare afraid of flying you will say "what if we crash".  If you are on a roller coaster, you will say "what if we fly off the track!"  If you enter a competition, you say "what if i lose!"  All very negative things.  But how often do you use it in a positive light?  "What if i win the lottery?", "what if i get this job!", "what if i am able to take person out!"  Sure these seem positive but they are almost outlandish dreams.  So in reality, they arent really worth it.  But you can change that.  You can use the "what if" idea as a way to dispense fear.  Change "what if" to "i will".  Then change what you are wanting to achieve from something outside you, to about you.  Lets take the competition.  Change it from "what if i lose" to "i will do my absolute best".  Change "what if i fall off the structure and break my arm" to "i will have fun playing on the structure and testing my fitness!"  Ok maybe that was a little cheesy. But if you can redirect the worry and negative vibs to good feelings and positive thoughts, then you change the 50% bad of the what-ifs, to the other 50% good stuff:)

FEEL THE BURN!!!

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INFERNO Warm-up x 3

Complete the Following:

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Deadlifts: (12 min)

.......8 x 5 reps

*work to find a heavy 5RM

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then...

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20 min AMRAP:

.......20 reps Clean and Jerk (135/95, 40%1RM, wt to get 18-22 UB)

.......20 reps Burpee Pull-ups (rx is to 1' over outreached arms, scale as needed with height)

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SLO INFERNO ON RAMP ASSESSMENT: by appointment

INTRO TO INFERNO - PASO ROBLES: MTW@530pm

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MWOD:   some dead mobs