Knowing your goal allows you to set and construct a path of achievement. Without clear goals, there is no clear path, and without a clear path, reaching a “end” is unlikely. There will always be distractions and desires that appear and want to pull you off of your path, but those who long for real satisfaction will remain disciplined and stay the path. There are no shortcuts, no hidden pathways, and no portals. The path will take likely have winding, wicked turns, excessive hills of ups and downs, and countless experiences of “bad weather”, you mustn’t be deterred. You can conquer any task with a set path and a steady step.
How do you run a mile, or a marathon?
One foot in front of the other, one step at a time.
Back Squat 3×3 @ 33X1 tempo
21 wallballs (20/14)
15 KBS (70/53)
9 box jump on/over