Posts Tagged ‘#motivation’

Fiercely focused action will help you do that.

Get an aggressive training mindset and go do what Zach said.2019-04-03 06.13.15

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general warm up (10 minutes)

kettlebell figure 8’s to hold x 30 reps

dive bomber push ups x 15 reps

double dumbbell push press x 10 reps

one-legged hops x 100 feet

specific warm up (5 minutes)

hand over hand sled pulls set up and light practice

strength (20 minutes)

hand over hand sled pulls x 100 feet x 1-1-1-1

conditioning/accessory work (2 rounds)

Grinder Kord flys x 15 reps

dumbbell pull overs x 15 reps

Britain’s Commandos of the Special Air Service have the motto  of  “Who Dares Wins”.

All great  accomplishments involve some element of risk.

Those guys risk death, you do not necessarily have to risk that to excel, but you will have to risk something.

The other side of the coin is being, soft, pampered, and spoon-fed. If you each day in your comfort zone so you don’t feel threatened or challenged you will remain mediocre at best.

Remember,without risk there is no reward.

The types of risk are many, but they all involve change.

You have to risk learning and trying something new to keep from becoming stagnant.

If your thinking is never challenged, you will never progress.

So step up and step out into new territory and refuse to go back what you were before!

 

general warm up (10 minutes)

resistance band baseball swings x 20/20 reps

Adex club 2 hand side swings x 40 reps

windshield wipers x 20 reps

tin mans x 100 feet

specific warm up (5 minutes)

sled push set up and light practice

strength (20 minutes)

heavy sled push x 50 feet x 1-1-1-1-1

conditioning/accessory work (2 rounds)

dumbbell rows x 7/7 reps

hanging knee raises x 10 reps

weighted step ups x 20 reps

 

If your not mentally tough, your won’t be physically tough either.

So why didn’t I say strong instead of tough?

Simple, we are surrounded by a culture that want the easy way out of everything .

They just quit and walk away rather than fight their way through.

If their sense of entitlement gets blind-sided by reality, they crumble.

How in the world can a person who thinks and acts that way ever expect to persevere through hard training? They won’t, that’s all.

It takes grit, guts, and discipline to build real strength and it all starts in the mind.