Two happy Dads, Bode and myself
with Chris and Roark at the Games.
1. Dead Lift
Work up to a 3 rep max - must come from a complete stop, no bouncing, no touch and go.
2. 5 RFT:
15 Dead lifts 225, 155
15 C2B Pull ups
Time to "TURN PRO."
Turning pro is the next level beyond being and amateur. One of the most powerful realizations on the journey to become a pro is the awareness of Resistance. Resistance can show up as anything from bad self-talk, to friends or family that resent your commitment, to other temptations that stall your growth as an athlete (drinking with friends, the snooze alarm, etc..)
Overcome resistance, and Turn Pro.
"A pro doesn't over identify with with their work. So if there is a failure it doesn't knock them out of the batter's box. A pro doesn't take failure personally or success personally. "
If you have a bad day of training does it carry over into the next day? A pro realizes there are good days and bad and doesn't get overly excited about either - it's all part of game.