Need to versus Want to.  There is something powerful about this.  Let's take your job.  Is it something you NEED to do (ie you need to get money to pay the rent and get food so you can eat) or is it something you WANT to do (you wake up excited and fired up to go to work each and every day).  How do you think your workout put would differ?  I think its pretty to understand that if you WANT to do it then you will be able to work harder and do more because its something you truly want to do.  But what about this?  You have some workout program that you are doing so that you can attend a goal.  If you NEED to do it, you probably still will be doing it but won't be getting the maximum out of training because you are just checking the boxes through the workout.  You will see it as having to just "get it done".  But if you WANT to do it, you will be putting more into it.  You will see each piece as something special that is going to get you closer to your goal and you are doing it because you just love to do it.  Now, of course, there will be days that you might feel just like you NEED to do it instead or really WANTing to.  But this is where you need to fill your head with thoughts and phrases of the positives of the work you have to do.  You will have to work to change the reason for the work.  Think about the goals or things you want to achieve.  Don't discount the initial reasons you got into the work you are doing.  Bring up those feelings and thoughts and get back on that page.  You may need to "fake it til you make it" a little but you will get there! :)

FEEL THE BURN!!! 

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INFERNO WARM UP X 2

Complete the following: 

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Back Squat (15 min limit)

....... 10 x 1 rep

*work to a heavy single

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then...

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8 Rounds:  (2 mins per round)

.......200 m Run

.......5 reps Bar MUs (10 reps C2B)

*treat as E2MO2M

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MWOD:   stretch out your calves, roll out your lats IT bands and low back