“Dirt Road” 3 Rounds: 30 AbMat Sit-ups 15/10 Calorie Assault Bike 10 Strict Pull-ups 200 Meter Farmers Carry (53/35) 2 Rounds: 30 AbMat Sit-ups 15/10 Calorie Assault Bike 10 Strict Pull-ups 200 Meter Farmers Carry (53/35) 1 Rounds: 30 AbMat Sit-ups 15/10 Calorie Assault Bike 10 Strict Pull-ups
“If you want to improve, be content to be thought foolish, and stupid.” – Epictetus If there’s one thing we can guarantee ourselves, it’s that we’re going to fail. We’re going to fall flat on our face. We’re going to embarrass ourselves. It’s part of the way. It’s guaranteed. But if we promise ourselves one thing, everything changes. To promise to uphold the willingness to learn. To take the failure from “this isn’t for me” and translate it into “I’m not good enough yet”. And to identify the skills and knowledge required to take us there. When we turn inward, it’s the promise to find a reason to overcome. Because it’s never a challenge of if we can do it or not… but rather a challenge of how bad do we want it. How hard we’ll work for it. We can sit and wallow, or we can meet fire with fire. To pick up the pieces, binding and mending them together, to ultimately make them far stronger than before. We don’t get better when it’s easy. And we know we don’t get better when we win. We get better, when we get knocked down into the mud. But only if, we choose to learn from it. That’s the secret weapon. Let’s seek the mud.