Why do you Fight Gone Bad?

Why do you Fight Gone Bad?

Graffiti run
Ben heads down a hill near the Santa Monica Pier.

Today’s Workout
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 rep rounds for time of:
Dumbbell Front Squats
Dumbbell Push Press
– deadlift weight – men – 225 lbs, women – 155 lbs
– use the same set of dumbbells for the front squats as you use for the push press

Erica C. sent me this yesterday after she saw that only 27 people have signed up so far for the Fight Gone Bad III (by the way, our goal is 100!) It’s her story from her experience of the event last year. I could relate to her story – on many levels, and was blown away by her willingness to share some things that while we all feel, rarely expose about ourselves. I laughed, I cried, two BIG thumbs up. Erica, thanks for sharing this with us all!

Why I’m Doing Fight Gone Bad?
Why do Fight Gone Bad? Sure it’s a fundraiser. Sure it’s for a good cause. Both important reasons. But frankly, I’m doing it because it’s a blast. I think only 2 people got lower scores than me at last year’s FGB (my first), and I can still honestly say it was one of those peak experiences Abraham Maslow talks about. And if you’ve never heard of Maslow, just know it was an effing good time.



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