I'm lucky enough to have a job where I can watch people grow and succeed on a regular basis. It's my favorite part of coaching when I see someone do something they've never done before. A first pull up or handstand push up, a new 1RM on one of the lifts, completing a workout as RX'd for the first time..these are all impressive feats that should be celebrated and cherished.
PRs are proof of one's commitment to their progress and training. You don't get a pull up or handstand push up without putting in a lot of work and being consistent, you don't get stronger, or fitter, or faster, or better conditioned without putting in a lot of work and being consistent. So celebrate your PRs, get excited about them, because I know I'm excited every time I see someone PR.
Have you set a new personal record recently? Maybe you've done something you
A. EMOTM 14 minutes:
Odd - 10 pull ups
Even - 10 box jumps (24/20)
B. AMRAP 14 minutes:
15 handstand push ups
Posted by Armen.