12/05/2018

12/05/2018

  December 5, 2018
12/05/2018

Mindset
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance. It is the illusion of knowledge.” – Steven Hawking

One of the largest dangers in life is a closed mind.
Yet, very, very few, close on purpose.
We often don’t even realize it’s happening, until it’s too late.

It’s how our mind operates by default. When we think we have the answer, we stop looking for the solution. We not only stop seeking it out, but we no longer are even aware of the next idea, the next thought, as it passes us by. We blind ourselves.

It is not a plea to discount what we have learned. Cherish what we have learned! But instead, value the one thing we truly have – the willingness, to learn. That we have, in full. The willingness to listen to the next path, the next way. The willingness to stare, nakedly, at our weaknesses and address them. The willingness, to always be a student.

As Socrates said, “All I know, is that I know nothing.”

Metcon
“Last Call” (3 Rounds for reps)
Teams of 3
AMRAP 7:
50 Bench Press (115/80)
50 Bench Press (135/95)
AMRAP Bench Press (155/105)

rest 3 minutes

AMRAP 7:
50 Hang Squat Cleans (115/80)
50 Hang Squat Cleans (135/95)
AMRAP Hang Squat Cleans (155/105)

rest 3 minutes

AMRAP 7:
50 Deadlifts (185/135)
50 Deadlifts (225/155)
AMRAP Deadlifts (275/185)

R+(OPEN): as written
Rx(PERFORMANCE): 95/65-115/80-135/95, 155/105-185/135-225/155
Scaled(FITNESS): 75/55-95/65-115/80, 135/95-155/105-185/135

*Compare to 7/18/2018

Target: 100 plus reps

Next Level
Metcon (5 Rounds for distance)
Row Conditioning
For Total Meters:
5:00 Row, 2:30 Rest
4:00 Row, 2:00 Rest
3:00 Row, 1:30 Rest
2:00 Row, 1:00 Rest
1:00 Row

*Score is total distance for each time – will input 5 different distances.