12/14/20 – The Prohibition Mile Part 2 (reduced recovery, adapt, adapt, adapt)

AO: Lightening Rod

QIC: Danish

PAX: Herbie, Milli Vanilli, Lumbergh

Conditions: 35F and an ever so light fog of rain. It was that kind of weather that gets you excited to workout in as you know it’s going to keep your temperature down as you work your butt off. Excitement in the group with the arrival of FNG (Milli Vanilli).

Warm up

SSH x 25

Windmill x 15

SSH x 20

Slow High Knees x 10

Scissor Arms x 15

Fast High Knees x 15

Mosey to the track

1st man – 100m Coupon carry

Rest of the men – Ground touch Squat Jumps

2nd man – 100m Coupon carry

Rest of the men – Pickle Pounders

3rd man – 100m Coupon carry

Rest of the men – Burpees

Group 100m run

Repeat three times

1st man – 100m Coupon carry

Rest of the men – Merkins

2nd man – 100m Coupon carry

Rest of the men – Big Boys

3rd man – 100m Coupon carry

Rest of the men – Shoulder taps

Group 100m run

Repeat three times

Mosey to the LR

Flutter kick x 20

Outlaws x 15

Raised leg hold x 15

Flutter kicks x 20

Positive Habit Transfer

A Habit, standing alone, can be positive, negative or neutral.

  • A negative Habit is one that is damaging to the individual who engages in it, the people who might be affected by it or both. Texting while driving is an example of a negative Habit. It is a regular tendency that threatens the safety of the driver, his passengers and the motoring public with whom he shares the public roadway.
  • A neutral Habit is one that is neither damaging nor Advantageous to the individual or anyone else. Chewing gum while driving is a neutral Habit. It is just repetitive behavior that has no significant effect on anyone. At their worst, they are a waste of time.
  • A positive Habit, is a regular tendency that is Advantageous to the individual or others. Wearing a seat belt is a positive Habit. It reduces the likelihood of serious injury in the event of collision, which is Advantageous to both the driver and his loved ones
  • We all know when someone is moving forward positively or stuck due to their negativity. It’s easy in some situations, really hard in other things.
  • We are here to have a positive impact on ourselves and the others around us
    • Example: Lumbergh pulled me out of a rut and I’ve done some of the most meaningful work I have in year
  • We are responsible for our own outlook and how we tackle the world. If a negative outlook is your natural tendency then ask yourself if that helps you move forward with your goals. If a positive outlook is how you view the world, then let that spill into all areas of your life.

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