I remember when I was planning to get out of the fire department and pursue the gym and CrossFit full time.  The logical side of me wanted to make sure that all my ducks were in a row so that I could be fully prepared for everything.  The problem I kept running into was that the more in-depth I tried to prep for, the longer it took to actually get myself to the end of the cliff to jump.  The fact is that there is NEVER a PERFECT time for anything.  Sure, there may be some moments that are better than others obviously but I'm talking about when you are waiting for the perfect moment, those don't exist.  Actually, I need to rephrase that.  It's not that the moment is right or not but that you are waiting for everything to be perfect before you do it.  You would be able to come up with all kinds of "what if" statements that would stop or slow you from doing whatever you want to do.  I wanted to make sure that all my finances were set.  But I never seemed to be able to feel like I could totally wrangle them up.  Also, I didn't really have a Plan B  other than, if something comes up, adjust, adapt and overcome.  By not waiting for this unknown perfection, I was forced to fully commit to what I was doing and go for it.  Now I'm not saying that its all been sunshine and rainbows, but it was what I wanted to do and I made it happen.  I still love the choice!!:)




Complete the following: 



Bench Press Party:

.......0:00-3:00: 4 reps @ 75%1RM

.......3:00-6:00: 3 reps @ 80%1RM

.......6:00-9:00: 2 reps @ 85%1RM

.......9:00-12:00: 1 rep @ 90%1RM






16 min Clock

9 min AMRAP:

.......9 reps Hang Power Snatch (115/75#, wt to get 12-16UB)

.......27 reps Double Unders (2:1 singles)

3 min REST

Tabata Push Ups (4 mins)

.......*8 rounds of :20 max reps push up and :10 sec Rest in PLANK HOLD. Score total reps



MWOD:   Softball in chest, mash trap with BB, and claves