Guess what......NOT EVERYONE WINS!!!!  In fact, in ALL situations, there is only 1 winner.  Yes, we all enjoy being that one person but it doesn't happen all the time.  SO we NEED to get over it!  I see so many people who think they SHOULD be the winner but aren't.  And when they aren't, it's obviously some excuse/reason why.  It doesn't matter what the reason is.  In fact, no one really cares what the reason is.  But because you aren't the winner today doesn't mean that you cant be, or won't be, the winner some other day.  Don't waste your time coming up with reasons why you didn't win.  Spend that time figuring out what you need to fix, adjust or change so that you can perform better next time.  Honestly you cant control whether you are the winner or not.  You can control what you do, but you have zero to do with the others around you and how they do.  This might be different if it was wrestling, boxing or fighting.  But even then, you cant fully control what they do or don't do.  Yoo can only control how you execute, set up and react.  So don't worry about winning or not winning.  Use all the loses as a constant experiment to improve at least one step each and every time.  Improvement needs to be viewed as personal winning:)




Complete the following: 



OHS (14 mins)

2 Rounds:

.......7 reps @ 65%1RM

.......5 reps @ 75%1RM

.......3 reps @ 85%1RM

.......2 reps @ 90%1RM






For Time (12 min limit)

Buy In: 100 reps DUs (2:1 Singles)

5 Rounds:

.......15 reps Chest to Bar (20 pull ups)

.......15 reps KB or DB S2O (70/53#s)

Cash Out:  100 reps DUs (2:1 Singles)



MWOD:   PVC and banded shoulder worked, foam roll lats, sotz press.