Athlete with beastmode shirt on finishes in dead last in 915 am class.
I like to wear eat fucking faces shirts, and kill everything, but I really struggle with bodyweight movements explains Joe. These Mom's at the 915 class may be better than me at bodyweight movements, but I can deadlift way more than they can. They don't know how to go beastmode.
Crossfit is constantly varied. Life isn't. just think about that one. When are we ever going to see pullups in real life...never that's when.
Thoughts from BWI Airport.
As I stroll through the BWI airpot relatively oblivious to everything around me, I stop at the pretzel stand and have a flashback to the last time I traveled to the Baltimore airport. I was stressed out, frustrated with my job, and overworked and underpaid. I volunteered for an Honor flight, and the day before the flight, and forced myself to work through the night in order to not have work on my mind that weekend. I headed out to the Rochester Airport and boarded a flight...
It’s 930 at night, and I’m sitting in the emergency room with my Step Father (Ron) on his 70th birthday, Just minutes ago we we’re surrounded by friends and family in celebration of his 70+ years of awesome. Ron has a close friend who we know only as the “Unc” he a 93 year old World War 2 Veteran. Not the type of vet that wears the hat, has the bumper sticker, or ever really talks about his time in the service. Ron has lived next to “the UNC” for 30+ years, Ron is a Vietnam Era Veteran, and...
“Now if you are going to win any battle you have to do one thing. You have to make the mind run the body. Never let the body tell the mind what to do. The body will always give up. - General George S Patton.
I quit. Twice.
So the Marathon is now a thing of the past, no longer looming over my life as one big, giant excuse. Except for the “Crocs and socks in public” fashion statement I’m making. Yes, I’m 33. Yes, I’m married. No, I haven’t given up on life. However, my feet are fucking trashed...
Mental Toughness was a Thing in 2016. Everywhere I looked, people were asking or advising "how to be more mentally tough," or, "how to build mental toughness." Whether it was for a Metcon or for life in general, it seemed that everyone wanted to become a mental tough guy.