Amy's Birthday!

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Then, For Time:

21-15-9 Rep Rds. of Kettlebell Swings
(2 pood M/1.5 pood W)
       After each round do:
50 Double Unders and a 400m Run

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Not Me!

from Triangle CF

How many times have you heard cues from your coaches and thought to yourself, "He couldn't possibly be talking about me."  Or better yet, received direct feedback regarding your performance and in your mind said, "She's full of it.  My (insert whatever exercise you want here) is just fine."  It's not always easy to hear that we just might not be doing something as well as we think we are.  By nature, most of us are prideful and having a weakness called out to us can send us into automatic defense mode.  Yes, it happens.  We are human.  But the more important point however, is what do you do with it?  Perhaps your reaction is to try to discredit the source in one way or another.  Or maybe you ignore the feedback  altogether.  You're just preserving your self-esteem, right?  What about trying to see the situation as an opportunity to better yourself?  After all, it is possible that there is room for improvement.  You come to CrossFit in order to become a better, fitter person and it's our job to help you get there.  Open your mind to what you hear from a coach.  They are seeing something you cannot.

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