When I was a kid I would draw. If the surface was flat and I could reach it, then I would drag a crayon or marker across it. Ask my mom and she'll tell you that the walls in our home were constantly tagged with my pictographs. I stopped drawing on the walls because I that resulted in a beating, but later I stopped drawing on paper as well. I don't really know why. I guess somewhere along the line I let some part of my reality convince me that I was no good at drawing, or that the ideas in my head didn't really need to be outwardly expressed.
I believe a lot of people avoid trying new things because they fear that they will not do them well. Adults think that they can't touch the sky, children think they can. If you give it a shot, you may find an unknown strength. If you're no good at it, then you can make your improvement an ongoing project. Do you reach for the sky?
Steve reaches for the sky!
A. EMOTM 8:
1 very heavy sandbag load (48"/40")
B. 4 rounds of:
AMRAP 3 minutes:
15 hang power snatches (95/63)
12 handstand push ups
9 lateral burpees
*rest 2 minutes after each round
Posted by Commish