It's really easy to get caught up in other people's progress within the gym. We look at them and envy their improvements, or their results. What we have to remember is that everyone in the gym is at a different place. No two athletes are the same, so why try to play the comparison game? Also, what may seem like a sudden improvement or rapid results, is usually the result of a lot of determination and dedication. If you really want something to change, you need to dedicate the time and energy to make it happen. Wishing and hoping for double unders or muscle ups won't get you there, just like wishing and hoping your body looked differently won't magically make it change. If you're seeking certain results in or out of the gym, apply yourself to making them happen. You'll get there, it's only a matter of time. Measure your progress by looking at your own workout scores, and your own progress. It's sometimes a slow journey, but progress is progress. You got this!
Rowing, overhead squats, and double unders galore!
A. 1000m row for time
B. "Diving Bell"
KB Swings (70/53, USSR)
*sets must be unbroken
*rest as needed between sets
*if you break up a set, you must start that set over
Posted by Megan