One of the toughest things that happen in our lives is having to "make a choice."  What makes it hard is that you never really know if it's REALLY the right decision or not.  Even when the options seem totally obvious and there seems to be an apparent and obvious best choice, there is NEVER a 100% guarantee that it's the best choice. This fear of making the wrong choice usually freezes people in their tracks OR will have them starring back at the fork in the road that they just crossed thinking it was the wrong way to go.  I honestly feel that things happen for a reason and we are given opportunities, or situations, in our lives to prepare us for something in our future.   This doesn't mean that you can just sit there and have the world unfold around you.  Believe me, if this is the choice then you will be presented with a TON of other interesting situations to deal with hahaha!  But you need to have confidence in yourself that if you pick option A then its the best choice.  and if you pick option B, then THAT is the best choice.  And once you make the choice you have to be all in and FULL STEAM AHEAD!!!  If you aren't all in, or if you have some sort of a "safety net" plan, then you will never fully commit to your choice and make it do what its supposed to do.  Don't worry if it wil end in failure or not.  EVERY SINGLE ONE of our choices are ways for us to gain data points to make our world better.  We learn the things that will work and the things that we need to work on.  But go all in and own all of it!  You are exactly where you need to be and where you have gotten yourself !! :)




Complete the Following:

30 min EMOM:

.......Min 1) 15 reps Chest to Bar Pull-ups

.......Min 2) 5 reps Clusters (185/125, 75%1RM Sqt Clean Thruster, wt to get 5-9UB)

.......Min 3) 15 reps Ring Dips

.......Min 4) 15 reps KB Swing (70/53#, wt to get 20+UB)

.......Min 5) 10 Bar Facing Burpees

*you will get a min of :15 sec rest each round



MWOD:   foam roll lats and IT Bands, lacrosse ball on triceps, banded external shoulder rotartion