See, what every long shot, come from behind, underdog will tell you is this:
So there you are, seconds before your heat is about to begin. The unfamiliar but recognizable feeling of adrenaline coursing through your veins is at its peak. At once you feel both sick and excited. You know what's on the line because you have prepared for it every day leading up to this point. Maybe you're not certain that you will perform to the standard you are hoping for. Maybe you've heard all the hype about the other guy. Maybe you think you don't have what it actually takes to win. Maybe you should try subscribing to belief instead of doubt.
The victories that stand out most are the ones that come as a surprise. Not a surprise for the underdog that won, but a surprise for their opponent and the people watching. No one saw them coming, but the dark horse knew what they had to do to be victorious from day one. They knew that the battle would be long and fraught with difficulty. We all know that these are the battles worth fighting for and winning. These are the things that test our mettle and prove our worth.
Who is ready to kick some ass during the Fran Challenge finals this weekend?
A. In teams of 2:
12x250m row sprint
*one partner sprints 250m on the rower while the other rests
*partners alternate until 12 total rounds have passed (6 intervals per partner)
B. 6 rounds for time:
30 seconds squat hold
30 seconds hollow hold
30 seconds bar hang
30 seconds plank
Posted by Commish