Sunday, 4 September

“SWEATY SUNDAY”

[RUN]
2 Sets:
500 Meters at Easy Pace
400 Meters at Fast Pace
400 Meters at Easy Pace
300 Meters at Fast Pace
300 Meters at Easy Pace
200 Meters at Fast Pace
200 Meters at Easy Pace
100 Meters at Fast Pace
100 Meters at Easy Pace

Rest 5 Minutes Between Sets

[ROW]
2 Sets:
625 Meters at Easy Pace
500 Meters at Fast Pace
500 Meters at Easy Pace
375 Meters at Fast Pace
375 Meters at Easy Pace
250 Meters at Fast Pace
250 Meters at Easy Pace
125 Meters at Fast Pace
125 Meters at Easy Pace

Rest 5 Minutes Between Sets

[BIKE]
2 Sets:
1,250 Meters at Easy Pace
1,000 Meters at Fast Pace
1,000 Meters at Easy Pace
750 Meters at Fast Pace
750 Meters at Easy Pace
500 Meters at Fast Pace
500 Meters at Easy Pace
250 Meters at Fast Pace
250 Meters at Easy Pace

Rest 5 Minutes Between Sets

DAILY MINDSET

“The past is not predictive of the future.”

A short story to share.

Mike is an 18 year old high school student, who has struggled throughout his entire academic career… specifically, with taking tests. But he’s making his way by, just barely, until he reaches the biggest academic test of his life – his SAT’s.

Out of a near 1600, he scores 1480.

Mike returns home to his mother, and with all the love a mother has, questions quietly: how? How on Earth? Are you sure you didn’t cheat? They have dinner together, and celebrate his incredible scores as they talk about college.

From that point forward, Mike decides he is smart after all. After years of consistent skipping, he decides to go to class. He starts consistently scoring A’s, and doesn’t see a C for the remainder of his high school career. He goes onto the Ivy League, and starts a very successful magazine company. Mike grows a multi-million dollar business.

And six years later, he then receives a letter in the mail from the SAT board.
There was a mistake.

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