I am not too old for anything. I’m too young for life on the couch.
CrossFit — when I went hard enough — was leaving me gasping and exhausted in 20 minutes — like hours in the globo-gym never had. It became my drug of choice.
The gym is no different. What you get out of your experience is going to be directly related to what you put into it—physically and emotionally.
People who plan do better. At CrossFit and in life. Just a simple fact.
Nothing gets handed to you here. Everything must be earned. Life isn’t easy. But then neither is CrossFit.
The kindness of women is undoubtedly one of the finest parts of life. But for a few minutes today — during that workout — let your inner bitch fly.
Look down when you have to, look up when you’re reaching, and know what looking back will cost you.
People make New Year’s Resolutions. They will break. Instead of drawing up a whole list, just make one.
Re-seeing what is around us, in front of us, standing right in front of us, is so important.
And somehow, as your lungs expand, so too does your mind. And life opens itself up to you.