AO: Lightning Rod
PAX: Herbie, Kiwi, Slumberkins, Stray Cat, Walkman
47F and a very wet field to roll around in
Mosey to track
SSH x 25
Imperial Walkers X x 15
Hill Billies x 15
3rd Grade Exercise x 10
Windmills x 10
- Wall sit matrix
- Burpee relay –Pax forms a line on the ground while the first pax member does a burpee lateral jump over planking pax. 3 sets of jump overs
- 3 sets of 5 x squat, 10 squat pulses
- 3 sets of 5 x merkin, 10 merkin pulses
- 3 sets of 5 x bonnie blair, 10 bb pulses each leg
- 3 sets of 5 x inverted row, 5 x pulses, 5 sec hold
- 5 sets of stair runs, jog down grass recovery
- 5 Pistols (butt to block) each leg, 10 x dips, 6 pistols, 15 dips, 6 pistols, 20 dips
- 3 sets of stair runs
- Jog back to LR
- Frozen Freddies
- Dead Bugs
Insufficient effort creates work that’s wasted. If you do a slapdash job, then the roof leaks, the food is inedible, the car doesn’t start. Insufficient effort is a shortcut that wasn’t worth taking.
And then, perhaps, there’s a third option.
Expending more effort than most people think is sufficient.
This is attention to detail. Care in design. Follow through in customer service. This is an embrace of elegance and the opposite of laziness. This is bringing care (which is rare and precious) to work even if most people would look for a shortcut instead.
More effort creates beauty and magic and remarkability.
Perfectionism is a false hope and a place to hide.
Effort, on the other hand, is our best chance to do work that matters.