THE ART OF BEING AN EMOTIONALLY DETACHED STRENGTH ATHLETE Not everyone will consider themselves a “strength athlete” but if you’re reading this then I, most likely, consider you a “strength athlete”. You don’t have to compete at a competition. You are competing against yourself. The reason I like this article is the information can be applied to other facets of life. You need not have to find yourself at a powerlifting meet to use this knowledge. There are times in life when you need to detach emotionally and stay the course without dwelling on something that has gone wrong or against the greater plan for success. I have learned this lesson from so many people during the course of my life and I continue to learn it from those currently in my life including the people I train. I hope you are finding this in your life.—George
7 QUICK WAYS TO IMPROVE MOBILITY FOR CROSSFITTERS
Workout of the Day
7 MINUTE OTM: Clean & Jerk
As many rounds as possible in 20 min:
3 X 10 (each side): standing, lateral med-ball throw
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