So, are you going to improve? Or are you going to stay in Suckville for another week?
Any substitutions or scaling (in bands, weights, movement etc.) means you don’t get an “Rx” next to your name.
Wouldn’t you prefer that you be held to a higher standard? That you be encouraged to do more, be more, accomplish more?
We can all see changes in our bodies from CrossFit. I think we all see changes in our minds and spirits too. But here’s the deal: It doesn’t come easy …
And not that Buddha would CrossFit, but you know what I’m saying here. Get your head straight and you’ll see gains in the gym.
Commitment. Courage. Acceptance. Perseverance. Pain. Joy. Teamwork. Fear. Exuberance. Loyalty. Honor. Truth. Exhaustion. And then you get up the next day and come back and do it again. The CrossFit …
Figure out what you have to do in order to do the things you want to do, in order to live the life you want to live.
For every time that you feel sorry for yourself during a WOD (“It’s so hard”) or during a lift (“I just can’t get it right!”) remember that someone out there is facing a bigger obstacle, a higher hurdle, harder times. And they’re carrying on. So, if you’re complaining, just stop.