I used to pride myself on my ability to multitask.  I could do so many things and get so much more completed.....at least that's what I thought.  The problem with multitasking is that you cant ever focus long enough on one of the things to really make a dent in it.  Right as you start to make some headway, you switch to the next task.  You lose momentum on the previous task. Mentally, you will start to get a feeling that you are being unsuccessful with it since you feel like you never get to the end.  The loss of momentum is due to the fact that there is transition time where your brain physically needs to switch gears and get in sync with the new task before you can actually start making any true headway.  They say the transition time can take anywhere from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.  Over the course of the day, if you switch 10-12 times, you have just racked up around an hour of wasted time.  The reason we try to multitask is that we want to be efficient.  But it ends up being that we aren't being as efficient as we thought.  You will be able to smash more tasks if you stick to one at a time and crush it then go to the next one rather than doing 1/8th of 8 different tasks at once.  Make your time and your focus more condensed.  Then let the feeling of success fill you as you complete the tasks as you go.  Then just keep on crushing!   :)




Complete the Following:

Back Squats 3's

10 min EMOM

.......Min 1) 3 reps @55%1RM

.......Min 2) 3 reps @65%1RM

.......Min 3) 3 reps @75%1RM

.......Min 4-10) reps @85%1RM






4 Rounds for Time: (14 min limit)

.......16 reps KB Swing (70/53, wt to get 20+ UB)

.......12 reps Strict HSPU (Scale with 4" deficit kipping)

.......8 reps Broad Jump (8/6', or max effort distance)



MWOD:   banded good mornings and shoulder work, lacrosse ball to the front of the shin