CrossFit Altius – CrossFit
**”Asking “Is this possible?” is rarely relevant. The real question is, “Is this worth doing?” – Andrew Swilinski**
The logical side of us can be a double-edged sword.
It puts “can I do this” in a higher role of importance than “should I do this.”
This “logical” side of us, driven by our neocortex brain, can often immediately lead us down a path of second guessing if the actions can even be completed. As we have come to learn, we must always start with the “why”. As the quote says, “is this worth doing?” Before all else, question the why behind the action. If there is a “why”, we will find a way.
The old-fashioned expression could not be more true – if there’s a will, there’s a way. That is true for every accomplishment out there.
Coming down to two actionables:
Do we have a clear and direct vision of where we want to go?
How hard are we willing to work for it?
There will be a moment today, tomorrow, or sometime this week where we’ll have an opportunity arise. In that moment, remind ourselves of the question the quote reminds us of. It’s not “is this even possible”. It’s, “is this worth doing?”.
And we’ll go from there.
Question of the Day
What one movement do you think we’ll definitely see announced for 20.1 tonight?
## 3 Rounds:
40 Seconds Inchworm to a Push-Up
40 Seconds Front Plank
40 Seconds Active Spidermans + Hamstring Stretch
40 Seconds Dumbbell Rows (20s Each Side)
30 Abmat Sit-Ups
30 Dumbbell Hang Power Cleans (50/35)
**Dumbbell Hang Power Cleans are performed with a single dumbbell, alternating every five reps.
3 Giant Sets (not for time):
10 Good Mornings
30 Glute Bridges
Walk 400 meters