“Old Town Road” 6 Rounds: 15/12 Calorie Assault Bike 150' Farmers Carry (53's/35's) 9 Strict Toes to Bar
“He who has a why to live, can bear any how.” – Victor Frankl People give up because they can’t find a meaning for their struggle. They give up, because they havn’t truly defined their purpose. What they are trying to create. Not someone else’s vision, but their own. Their true reasons for living today. And in the face of the extreme adversity, which comes with the pursuit of anything great… they broke. This is a process we can’t do enough – to revisit, reclaim, and bring back to the forefront of our thoughts, why we are doing what we do. How often we come back to this level of commitment is potentially the only true correlate to if we’ll reach our goals or not. Simply because, as Victor Frankl quoted, it’s that powerful. Years ago, the sub 5:00 mile was thought to impossible. Years before that, even more outrageous, was the thought of defying gravity. Yet, the 5:00 mile was broken. And a rocket, some metal tube, was hurled into outer space, beyond gravity. Beyond, the wildest of dreams of many. There is nothing, absolutely nothing, that cannot be broken by a superior will. Let’s never forget that.