If you go to CFP than there is a part of you that is not satisfied with the status quo. By the nature of what we do at the gym we are trying to change our current situation to something more.Read More
Last week I wrote a quick article on qualities of a CF'ter (www.crossfitpagosa.com/blog/qualities). As I sit in a coffee shop before a competition that I assume to have my ass handed to me in I think of a quote from John Wooden:
Sports do not build character. They reveal it.
We all have a wonderful mind that takes an extremely beautiful and complex world and lets us interact with it. Too many people believe that the interaction is not on their terms - they react, hope for the best, let other events or people control them, and play the victim. I hope that you choose the opposite.Read More
We all have days were we feel "off." We wake up and don't have much energy, our eyes feel heavy, and the legs are filled with lead. We get up and go about our routine but we can't seem to shake the fog. Our whole day shifts later and later as we realize that not much is going to get done till the body wakes up fully. These "blah" days affect us all so how do we deal with them?Read More
There are many thoughts that run through our head. We will have thoughts of scarcity, abundance, fear, confidence, ego, humility, feeling swole and on the gain train, and feeling like we suddenly became fat. Which thoughts do we pay attention to, when do we pay attention to them, and how do we ignore the negative? Lets go through a couple common thoughts that you will experience as you work out.Read More
Set goals that yield a positive effect on your life whenever you think about them, long before the outcome is actually achieved. Treat goal setting as a way to enhance your present reality, not as a way to control the future.Read More