Posted by Becca Borawski : Wednesday, Aug 28, 2013
"Don't be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves." - Dale Carnegie
What are the "small jobs" when it comes to your health, fitness, and performance?
Is mobility work a small job that might seem tedious or silly in the moment, but that could pay off later in injury prevention? Is practicing something slowly or with lighter weight a little job that could make your big job actually bigger in terms of the weights you can move? Is skipping out on the sugary dessert a small task that pays on in better health and lower bodyfat?
What are the "small jobs" you can take on every day that result in a better BIG picture and a better performance of the BIG job?
Becca Borawski served as Program Director at CFLA for seven years and is now part of the extended coaching family. She is the managing editor for Breaking Muscle, a website designed for real athletes and real coaches. She lives in Portland, OR and is most likely preparing a paleo meal at this moment.
WEDNESDAY'S WORKOUT (CAP)
Week 3: COMPETITION
Da Tiny Hoppa - Today’s workout for ALL classes will be chosen at random by 6am class.
AND COMING THURSDAY (NO CAP)
Week 3: MENTAL TOUGHNESS
4 rounds for time:
25 wall balls (20/14)