TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH 2016

CrossFit Fannin – CrossFit

Front Squat (5-4-3-2-1)

5 @ 70%

4 @ 75%

3 @ 80%

2 @ 90%

1 @ 95%

Metcon (AMRAP – Reps)

20 MINUTES OF EMOM:

Odd 15 Wallball 14/20

Even 10 burpees

rx+= 12 burpees

*if complete just enter reps or minus reps off if you miss that minute.

*scale to be successful.

Wall balls : 10-15

Burpees : 5-10

TEENS: Metcon (Time)

Warm-up:

200 meter jog

line drills

-20/40/20 x 4 rounds with 1 minute rest btw rounds

-tabata x 4 rounds of:

superman

hollow holds

WOD: 21-15-9 of:

push jerk

deadlift

box jumps


DAILY THOUGHTS

I have thought about this a lot over the past month. Day to day we forget how “lucky” we are to have the opportunity to work out etc. The thing that has surprised me most after Brady’s surgery is that he’s not complained ONCE not even ONCE. Even though the surgery has it’s benefits it’s also go plenty of not so good things as well. Mostly taking away his ability to move so fluently especially bending. So as I’ve pondered how in the world would he not complain when he’s lost a major function. And then I heard a wise person say, “some people have never had a real struggle.” And then it hit me they were right. We are so blessed and for the majority of us we’ve never known anything but healthy and active so we’ve never had a real struggle. Brady from day 1 has fought for everything (if you know his story I literally mean everything) so he just works through every obstacle thrown his way without a second thought or complaint. It’s something myself and each of us can learn from. Life isn’t easy it was never suppose to be. The way we approach and handle the ups/downs we face is very important and our attitude’s towards these things are contagious be it good or bad. Let’s honor the bodies we were given it’s truly a gift we can never fully repay.

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