Three rounds for time of:
7 Muscle-ups (sub is 15 chest-to-bar chin-ups (reverse grip))
10 Hang Power Cleans (135/95)What if you suddenly had to be responsible for all aspects of your health, fitness and training? You, yourself… and no one else. You could go to no doctor, you couldn’t ask friends for their opinions, you couldn’t ask your coach, or access the internet, or use google to help you figure out what to do. Do you think you could come up with a plan for yourself? Do you think you know enough about what to eat & drink, sleep, stretch, and what to do for your workouts? Would you experiment and try different things to see what worked and what didin’t? Would you keep a log book of your experiences?
If the answer to any of these is ‘yes’, then why aren’t you doing it now? No, not not consulting with your trusted resources (Dr., coach, etc), but practicing being responsible for yourself. Keeping track of your workouts. Using your intuition when figuring out what weight to use, or what to do for your workouts on your days not at CFLA. It’s not easy, nor does it come naturally. Accessing your intuition and creativity, and being responsible this takes practice… it’s like a muscle that atrophies when not used. And using it in relation to your health and fitness can be extremely valuable in exercising this muscle so that it is in good working order in the ways it’s needed in other areas of your life.
How are you engaged in “trusting your gut?”