Self Doubt is a normal thing.  But even though we have moments of questioning ourselves and our abilities, we need to do EVERYTHING in our power to stop those feelings when they happen.  This issue is that the more you let your thoughts go that direction, the more that will be your norm.  We are creatures of habit and if our habit is to always go to self doubt when we are tested, or when things are going well, or when we need to perform, then that is what will ALWAYS happen.  We dont need to add to the situation by not thinking that we will be able to be good.  We need to be our own best fan.  Stand up for yourself!  Cheer for yourself!  and when it's your turn to stand up on the starting line, believe in YOU and what you can do.  Remember it's not a believing "you will win" thing.  Its believing in you and the fact that you will do the best that you can do, period!  But this is something that NEEDS to be practiced.  This isn't only a game day thing.  You need to do this the moment you wake up, when you go in for training, when you feel tired when someone better than you shows up, and of course when it's "go-time".  But the more you are able to keep your mindset and focus on self-belief, then the more you will be able to the best you can do, and do that more often!!! :)




Complete the following:



Bring Sally Up

Back Squat (185/125, 40%1RM, wt to get 25-30UB)

.......Follow the directions of the Moby song "Flowers"






17 min running clock:

5 min AMRAP: 

.......5 reps Hang Power Cleans (205/145, 65% 1RM Power Clean, wt to get 9-13UB)

.......10 reps Bar Facing Burpees

.......30 reps Double Unders (2:1 Singles)

3 min REST

4 min AMRAP:

.......4 reps Hang Power Clean

.......8 reps Bar Facing Burpees

.......24 reps Double Unders

2 min REST

3 min AMRAP:

.......3 reps Hang Power Clean

.......6 reps Bar Facing Burpee

.......18 reps Double Unders



MWOD:   Happy Baby Stretch, and banded samsons, lacrosse ball to the trap/first rib