1A – Bench Press Ladder – 185lbs – 8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 Reps
1B – Pull Up Ladder – 8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 Reps
No Rest between sets
2A – BB Row – 3×10 – 135lbs
2B – DB Fly’s – 3×10 – 35lbs
3A – DB Row – 3×20 – 40lbs
3B – TRX Strap Pushups – 20 – 15 – 10
3C – TRX Face Pull – 3×10
Fun session, bench ladder was a bitch but cool to knock out..
“You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself one.”
– Henry David Thoreau
Just in time, the economy is now rewarding art and innovation and guts. Its rewarding brilliant ideas executed with singular direction by aligned teams on behalf of truly motivated customers. None of which is measured on the clock.
via Seths Blog: Time doesnt scale.
Excitement about goals is often diminished by our fear of failure or the drudgery of work.
If you’re short on passion, it might be because your goals are too small or the fear is too big.
Do a job for a long time and achieve what you set out to achieve, and suddenly, the dream job becomes a trudge instead. The job hasn’t changed–your dreams have.
Mostly, though, it’s about our fear. Fear is the dream killer, the silent voice that pushes us to lose our passion in a vain attempt to seek safety.
While you can work hard to dream smaller dreams, I think it’s better to embrace the fear and find bigger goals instead.
via Seth’s Blog: Rightsizing your passion.
Repeating easy tasks again and again gets you not very far. Attacking only steep cliffs where no progress is made isn’t particularly effective either. No, the best path is an endless series of difficult but achievable hills.
via Seths Blog: An endless series of difficult but achievable hills.