“Most of the time we feel tired not because we’ve done too much, but because we’ve done too little of what makes us come alive.” – Jim Kwik
We’re not going to pretend the hard times go away. And that we won’t need to do things that we’d rather not. We have commitments, obligations, and bills to pay. But when we find ourselves in a daily loop of non-stop “work”… we won’t feel like ourselves.
But it’s not the time we put in at work that causes this. It’s the time we don’t put in on the other things. Our passions. The reason why we get out of bed in the morning. Yet in the furious pace of our lives, we let it fall to the wayside because we need to get “back to work.”
The times where we are the most unhappy, are the times where we are the most untrue to ourselves. Redefine to ourselves what sets us on fire. What makes us come alive. And literally schedule it on your calendar as if it’s a life-saving doctors appointment. Because in truth… it is.
2 x :30-60s Back Squat Hold (60/40)
In the bottom of our squat, we are looking to hold an active position under load. Step out to our regular squat stance,
with the next aim being to find the bottom of the squat *with the best active position*.
What is far more important than loading here is the positioning on the bar. After each time duration, stand and return
the bar to the rack.
Not for score, but for quality.
Rest 60s between sets. All repetitions taken from the rack.
800 Meter Run
40 Kettlebell Swings (24/16)
40 Wallballs (20/14)