What if your attitude predicts your accomplishment?
You have to learn to pay attention to what matters, to what’s important to you, to what you can use to make your life better.
You can produce, or you can fail. What’s not acceptable is believing there’s a valid reason that excuses your failure or that somehow makes your lack of success okay.
If you don’t CrossFit, I’m cool with that. If you CrossFit, that’s okay too. But there are some folks out there obsessed with hating CrossFit and CrossFitters. That’s really funny …
We find our sanctuaries: places that help us to heal, to put ourselves back together, to make us stronger, to grow scars over the wounds. For some of us, that place is the gym.
The light only dies if you let it. Don’t let it. Fight.
You suck, so what. We all do. Welcome to the road to success.
Thoughts and words build strength like the barbell does: the strength in your mind. But they are not enough by themselves.
If you think the weight is heavy, it will feel heavy.
We put good hard cash down for someone else’s screwed-up vision of who we should be.