1901, 2018

SAT: How to Approach Long EMOMs

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SAT: How to Approach Long EMOMs
We love EMOMs and partner workouts because it forces us out of a comfortable level of intensity and into discomfort. For example, if we write a workout for you that is 30 minutes of A, B, C and D, you will work hard, but because you must fulfill 30 minutes […]

1801, 2018

FRI: The Power of a Marshmallow

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FRI: The Power of a Marshmallow
In the 1960s, Stanford University conducted a landmark study that tried to quantify the cause and effect of our need for immediate gratification. The study examined whether or not we as humans are fundamentally willing to wait longer for something better, or take a lesser reward now.

The test went something […]

1701, 2018

THUR: Occam’s Razor

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THUR: Occam’s Razor
The primary concept of Occam’s Razor is that given an abundance of potential answers to a solution, the simplest option is likely the most effective.

For example, if you are trying to lose weight, you probably need to eat less. You probably don’t need to worry about the precise timing of your fat intake.

If […]

1601, 2018

WED: Measure What You Manage

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WED: Measure What You Manage
Presidential Medal of Freedom winner Peter Drucker once famously wrote, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it”, which has then been re-paraphrased over the years to mean, “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.”

I consider this concept law for how I operate as a business owner, a coach, and […]

1501, 2018

TUES: Watch Your Language

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TUES: Watch Your Language
We’re constantly telling ourselves a story about…ourselves, in which we’re the narrator, protagonist, and antagonist. All day long, in our own heads, we are either negatively reinforcing or positively reinforcing. There is no neutral. Characters are always either moving forward and incurring setbacks, and we are no different.

Whether or not the outcome […]

1401, 2018

MON: If These Curtsy Lunges Could Talk

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MON: If These Curtsy Lunges Could Talk
In Saturday’s post, I kept brevity the focus because I didn’t want too many words to take away from the main point.

Train the mundane.

The big movements produce the results. The little movements keep you able to perform them.

That was the entirety of the post, but today I want to […]

1401, 2018

This Weeks Training 1/15 – 1/21

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1201, 2018

SAT: Injury Prevention Tip #1

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SAT: Injury Prevention Tip #1
“Train the mundane.”

The big movements produce the results. The little movements keep you able to perform them.

-Dave

Saturday, 1.13.18
2×15′ Circuits
A: 10 Plate GTO
10″ Hollow Hold (x2)
4/s DB Goblet Side Lunge
10 DB Side Raises
5/2 Spidermen
200m Row
—3′ Rest—
B: 10 RKB Swings
8 Ring Dips
5/s Plyo Skaters
5/s Plate Russian Twists
5/s 1-Arm KB Thrusters
200m Run

Finish:
5′ Partner Plank

1101, 2018

FRI: The Point of Automaticity

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FRI: The Point of Automaticity
Automaticity is the heart’s ability to spontaneously generate an electrical impulse and “beat” on its own. It does so without your thinking or decision, and we’re capable of achieving the the same higher level of habit formation, and subsequently, process automation in our lives.

Modern research has shown that it takes 66 days to […]

1001, 2018

THUR: Lower Left to Upper Right

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THUR: Lower Left to Upper Right
Never have we lived in an era that requires more immediate gratification for our commitment, and the severity of our judgement is only going to intensify. We give a new Netflix show the first episode before deciding if we’re going to continue. We make personal judgement on someone within the […]