Sunday, 14 August

WARM UP

“Sweaty Sunday” [CHOOSE ONE]

[RUN]
4 Rounds:
800 Meters at Fast Pace
Rest 1 Minute

4 Rounds:
150 Meters at Moderate Pace
50 Meter Walk

No Rest Between Reps, Sets, or Rounds

[ROW]
4 Rounds:
1,000 Meters at Fast Pace
Rest 1 Minute

4 Rounds:
200 Meters at Moderate Pace
100 Meters Easy Row

No Rest Between Reps, Sets, or Rounds

[BIKE]
4 Rounds:
2,000 Meters at Fast Pace
Rest 1 Minute

4 Rounds:
400 Meters at Moderate Pace
200 Meters Easy Bike

No Rest Between Reps, Sets, or Rounds

DAILY MINDSET

There are two definitions in the English language for the word “Overcome”.

The first is that we are helpless. Overwhelmed, overrun, and beaten down, one who is “overcome” has lost the battle.

The second difference is the polar opposite. It is to triumph. To square off towards some form of adversity or obstacle, and to win.

These two definitions are on opposite spectrums for a reason. There is no middle ground. Adversity causes some to break. For others, it breaks records.

We don’t run from the fire. We run to it.

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