Positivity via Ghandi

DAILY MOTIVATION

“Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive because your words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive because your behavior becomes your habits. Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny.” – Mahatma Ghandi

Stay disciplined, stay focused, stay positive, but train hard.

Stay disciplined, stay focused, stay positive, but train hard.

D>S>P

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DAILY FEATURE: National Professional Fitness League (NPFL)

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For starters, if you are not familiar with the NPFL check out the official web site to find out what the hype is all about.

So what do you all think is this thing going to be a hit or a flop? I’m curious to know your opinion on the NPFL and the effect its going to have on CrossFit. Well written article debating the issue by Breaking Muscle can be found here. It focuses on Lindsey Valenzuela recently signing with the Los Angeles Reign. She is the first “big name” CrossFit athlete to make a commitment to the NPFL.

Lots of controversy over this new league and how it will mix with CrossFit, and how they should react in relation to one another. Keep your eyes and ears open on this. Promises to be very interesting!

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CROSSFIT ENDURANCE WOD

MORNING SESSION

Warm-up: Stretching with PVC, 500m row, 5 HRPU x 3, 8 KB swings @ 25lbs x 3, 5 A/S with 3 sec hold x 3

Strength: ME Floor press

  • 45lbs x 10, 80lbs x 10, 100lbs x 8, 120lbs x 6, 140lbs x 4, 170lbs x 3, 180lbs x 2, 190lbs x 1, 195lbs x 1 (with help)

Conditioning WOD: Five rounds for time of – 10 pistol squats alternating legs, 20 push-ups, 30 double-unders. *Scaled the 10 pistol squats to 10 goblet squats with 35lbs KB and the 30 double-unders to 90 single-unders.

  • Time: 11:59
AFTERNOON SESSION

Warm-up: 25 jumping jacks x 3, 10 leg swings front/back, 10 bent over hamstring stretch, 10 ankle rotations.

Rowing:  2k, 1.5k, 1k, 800m, recover 1:1

  • 2k: 8:84, 1.5k: 6:46, 1k: 4:23, 800m: 3:33
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