How do you attack a workout? Lots of us think about what it is, how much we can do, and then game it out to get the best score...
STOP DOING THAT!
Commit to giving each workout what I call Partial Reckless Abandon. You don't need to sprint the start and die off 3 Min in for every workout. But you also can't just jog your way through it. You've got to find a middle ground and go for it.
Every workout should have a couple of moments that you think could be your last! Especially if there's a movement you've been trying to improve on - you've got to push past your comfort
- with unbroken Reps
- with Weight
- with your Cardio
We improve by pushing the edges of our ability. Even if that makes your WOD a little slower, in the long run you'll get better and better.
- then -
10 KBS (1.5/1p)
10 Strict SA KB Presses
2+2 Power Cleans & Push Jerk (135/95)
2+2 Ring Dips
2+2 Ring Rows