“If you want to be truly successful at it, you cannot be content with pretty good.” – Tim Grover
“Pretty good” is decent.
“Pretty good” is average.
“Pretty good” checks the box.
“Pretty good”… is the enemy of excellent.
How we do anything is how we do everything… and there is nothing in life worth doing half-assed.
Reflecting back on this week, let’s be critical with ourselves. What actions this week have been “pretty good”? It’s rare for situations to happen just once. We can almost guarantee they are coming around for a second time sooner than we think. Let’s take those “pretty goods”… to great.
*Coaches – if you could do your best to clear the floor of machines to the middle to open the floor up for farmer’s carries every 2 minutes during the workout. The 100m carry will be from rig to rig 6 times. Up = 1, back = 2… and so on. Have athletes leave their KBs or DBs directly under the rig and then perform the movements on the floor between farmer’s carries
10 Rounds For Time:
15 Abmat Sit-ups
15 Hand release Pushups
*Every 2:00: 100m Single arm Farmers Carry 70/55
*Farmer’s carries – use either a KB or DB of the associated weight. Please record in notes. If not enough of the weight need to accommodate just use a weight as close to the prescribed as possible or a challenging weight for your ability level and note on Sugar WOD
*Score = Time it takes to complete the workout