What we think will happen and what actually happens are often two different things. I have gone through a lot of phases related to what career I wanted to pursue. As a kid I wanted to be a construction worker or an astronaut. I have yet to land on the moon and I'm not nearly as skilled with power tools as Tyler. As a teenager I wanted to play center field for the New York Yankees. Sorry, kiddo, you just don't have the eye to hit offspeed pitches. In my early twenties I thought it would be pretty sweet to be the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. It turns out my math skills are on par with my ability to hit a slider.
To sum up the above paragraph, I didn't get to be a player-manager for a baseball team in the experimental Moon League and I am totally okay with that. Here's the cool thing: I have learned a lot about myself through trying new things. I have also had a lot of fun with this little experiment that is my life. I believe that you should pursue your goals with great vigor and enthusiasm, but you shouldn't get down on yourself if those plans don't work out. The ability to adjust and adapt is supremely important. Don't be afraid to try something new.
Ara on the way to a PR clean & jerk!
5 rounds for time:
200m kb front rack carry (53/35)
20 push ups
20 kb clean & jerks
Posted by Commish