**“Your obsessions become your possessions.” -Ed Mylett**

The word “obsessed” gets a bad rap. And there’s indeed some merit to that.

But let’s try to define “to be obsessed” a little further. What it’s not defined by is “hours put in”. That may be correlation, but not causality. One is truly obsessed with something when their passion and fire for “that thing” is so great, that their willpower will see them through even the harshest of storms. Where every other person quits… they push on. To one who is obsessed, failure is simply not an option.

Be obsessed with reaching our dreams. Be obsessed with becoming a better husband. A better wife. A better son, a better daughter. A better friend, a better neighbor.

Be obsessed with what we care about the most. Our fiercest willpower, pointed in the right direction, is the most powerful thing in the world.

Today’s WOD
“The Ocho”
On the 4:00 x 8 Rounds:
20/15 Calorie Row
200 Meter Run

Midline A
3 Giant Sets:
50 Meter Double Dumbbell Farmers Carry
25 Meter Single Arm Overhead Carry (Left)
25 Meter Single Arm Overhead Carry (Right)

Rest 2 Minutes Between Sets

## Midline B
1 Round:
40 Weighted AbMat Sit-ups
40 Rower Pike-ups [Video](https://youtu.be/2LQhcV21g6E)
40 AbMat Sit-ups

Tuesday September 8th, 2020

NEW! Slow Flow & Mobility Yoga Class  Sunday Sept 13th @ 10:45 am-11:45 am

Whether your new to yoga, looking to increase you mobility or capitalize on your workouts – gain the needed flexibility and mobility in this all levels welcome class. Lindsay will guide you through a practice designed to increase range of motion, reduce inflammation and improve circulation. Get your juices flowing, your mobility going and recovery started.

**“75% Emotional, 25% Physical”**

It’s said that the hardest part about anything is starting. And that once we just take that first step, the successive action seems to just fall into place. And there’s absolutely merit to that… an object in motion tends to stay in motion (Newton).

But beyond the surface we want to recognize the truth about us as human beings… that we are emotional creatures. And that our ultimate success is less dependent on the physical actions we take, and more on the emotional backings behind them.

We can conceptualize “successful action” in this way: 25% of it is the physical side. The actual hands in the dirt, grunt work. This stuff matters, of course. But these specific and granular “whats” only account to a quarter of the recipe.

75% of it is the emotional side. The story that plays between our ears as we’re underway. We’re going to hit bumps in the road, and how we internalize obstacles determines our path forward more than anything else. How do we respond when it’s a “bad day?”, and we’re missing every single snatch attempt?

When we think about it that way, successful action isn’t just about what we’re doing, and far more about how we’re doing it. Despite the battle being in our hands, it’s won in our mind.

Today’s WOD

“Big Baller”
50 Wallballs (20/14)
40/30 Calorie Assault Bike
30 Deadlifts (185/115)
20 Double Dumbbell Push Presses (35/25)
10 Dumbbell Renegade Rows (35/25)

Friday September 4th, 2020


5:45 am crew lucky to see the beautiful sunrise during their run.  Just a reminder that the evening classes are cancelled for our reopening event. Everyone welcome! Community wod starts at 6 pm followed by a 45 minute sunset Yoga session .


**“If you fight for your limitations, you get to keep them.” -Jim Kwik**

Our harshest critic is in between our ears.

We’ve all been there… telling ourselves we suck. That we’re simply not good enough. Too old, too young, not good looking enough, not smart enough.

Each time we tell ourselves these things, we add one more vote to become them. The mind has this incredible power to bring into this world whatever we fixate on.

Yet what can be the harshest critic, can be the most powerful ally. Let’s leverage those thoughts to our best advantage.

Today’s WOD

“Dream Team”
[Teams of 2]
90/70 Calorie Row
70 Wallballs (20/14)
50 Kettlebell Swings (70/53)
30 Burpee Box Jumps (24/20)

Community WOD 6 pm

Amrap 30

Teams of 3

200 meter prowler or sled barrow or med ball run

max Plank Hold 45/25 or unweighted


200 meter prowler or sled barrow or med ball run

Max Squats 45/25 or unweighted


200 meter prowler or sled barrow or med ball run

Max Plate Snatches 45/25 or unweighted


200 meter prowler or sled barrow or med ball run

Max Overhead Lunges 45/25 or unweighted


Team mate 1 completes the 200 m prowler, sled or run while  partner 2 does max reps of each movement. Team mate 3 rests. Switch to next movement. Complete as many rounds/reps as possible in 30 minutes.