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WOD

“Hellhole”

For Time:
50 Devil’s Press (40’s/25’s)

“2-2-2-3” Intervals Style:
35 Double Unders
5 Lateral Dumbbell Burpees
Max Devil’s Press in Time Remaining

DESCRIPTION
*This workout consists of 4 short and fast intervals
*The first three intervals last for 2 minutes, with the final lasting 3 minutes
*There is 2 minutes of rest between intervals
*After completing the double unders and lateral dumbbell burpees, you’ll complete as many Devil’s Press as your can with the remaining time
*Your workout will continue until you have finished 50 total Devil’s Press
*As a recap, the workout flows as follows:
AMRAP 2
Rest 2 Minutes
AMRAP 2
Rest 2 Minutes
AMRAP 2
Rest 2 Minutes
AMRAP 3
*Record the total time (including rest) it takes to complete the 50 reps
*If you do not finish the Devil’s Press after the final AMRAP 3 is over, write your score as 15:00 and note total reps completed

DAILY MINDSET

“Our greatest fear in life should not be failure. Our greatest fear in life should be succeeding in things that don’t matter.”

~Francis Chan

One of life’s greatest tragedies: we tend to think that things will be different if we achieve more, win more, or make more money. But if those things have never changed us before, even if we win the world… would it change us today? Like thirsty people guzzling salt water, it’s a never-ending cycle that does not lead to fulfillment.

Yet we can work tirelessly for that next finish line, putting all of eggs in that basket, wishing, hoping, and working tirelessly to get there. One of our greatest fears, as written in the quote above, is to get there, and to realize… we didn’t climb the right ladder. It didn’t bring us to where we wanted to be. How we wanted to feel.

It always boils down to this – the quality of our relationships, the positive influence we impart on others, and who we become in the process. Hustle is crucial, but placing first things first is absolutely vital. Which ladder are we climbing today?