Monday Mental Toughness
I have a saying I use quite often when I am teaching classes .. “your mind will quite before your body does” .
I follow the navy seals training frequently and through my fellowship with them I have learned how to just take things in life step by step to get to the finish line.
I know my mind will want to check out when it sees a number, weight, round, etc that it can’t obtain so I play to my strengths and just focus on putting one foot in front of the other to get myself to the top!
We all have the inner strength sometimes we just have to change our mindset and habits to find it. I believe one of the most rewarding things in life is accomplishing something I didn’t know I could achieve. When i do this I know push myself to stretch outside my comfort zone a little further, a little further, a little further so that i am always evolving, growing, and changing.
I also journal my life day by day including appointments, workouts, and daily tasks so that I can really see my growth for myself. We are our biggest critics and most times don’t give ourselves the credit we deserve for our success’. This is a great way to be grateful for the place we are in and be confident in the place we want to go!
Keep these tips close by and push yourself to live outside your comfort zone each day!
The O-Board Says…
A. Partner AMRAP 10 min
P1 = 20 Wt Step Up’s (goblet DB/KB)
P2 = MAX meters on the Rower
B. Partner AMRAP 15min
P1 = MAX Wall Balls
P2 = 100m Farmer Carry
each switch both P’s do 5 Burpee
Posted by: Annie Mello