Are you someone who likes to make a list of all the stuff you have to get done and go through each item marking it off as you complete it? Or are you motivated to get something done if you know someone is counting on you? Do you find yourself questioning your own or others' expectations of you? Or maybe you do whatever you want, whenever you want without much regard for rules or expectations.
I'm alluding to the Four Personality Tendencies created by Gretchen Rubin. She has broken us down into Upholders, Obligers, Questioners, and Rebels. You can figure out which one you are by taking her Tendency Quiz.
Personally, I am an Upholder, so I am usually pretty intrinsically motivated to complete tasks. Gretchen Rubin states that most of us are Obligers, or are the most motivated when someone else is holding us accountable, or you don't want to let someone else down. Finding out what your tendency is (and your spouse's) can shed a lot of light into how you meet expectations, and how you are most motivated to meet your goals! Rubin recently published an entire book about the Tendencies, which you can learn more about below.
A. 12 min AMRAP:
Toes To Bar
Goal: Pace out first few rounds, fast manageable sets in later rounds
B. 4x1 min Max Cal Row
1 min Rest Between Sets