Easing Back Into It

Thank you to everyone who did Murph with us this Saturday and kept our annual tradition alive. I hope you had a refreshing and relaxing long weekend!

If you did Murph this weekend, chances are you are feeling the effects - sore shoulders, biceps, hips, and legs. We are going to ease back into training this week with a body weight workout tomorrow.

Here is a thought to get you started into the week:


“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” - Peter Drucker

We talk often of disregarding the leaderboards.

To disregard what the competitor to the left and right are doing.

To focus on our game - our approach - our strategy. To be the Racehorse.

The reason behind - to master, with complete ownership, ourselves.

We know we can’t control external factors. No matter how hard we try, we know it’s fruitless. In turn, how the leaderboard shakes out after five weeks, is also largely out of our control. We could be 1st, 10th, 100th, or 1,000th, all with the same effort and mindset.

We can interpret the quote in two ways above, when applying to our situation:

1) We can believe that our future is that final leaderboard spot.

2) Or we can believe that our preparation, focus, and execution is our future.

Tuesday's Training:

For Time:

150' Walking Lunge

150' Bear Crawl

30 Dumbbell Box Step-Ups

100' Walking Lunge

100' Bear Crawl

20 Dumbbell Box Step-Ups

50' Walking Lunge

50' Bear Crawl

10 Dumbbell Box Step-Ups

Box: (24”/20”)

Dumbbell: (Single 50/35)

RX+: sub 50' Handstand Walk for Bear Crawl