6:00pm Dumbbell madness!
Attention: We will not be running any evening WOD’s this Friday July 3rd due to the 4th of July Holiday. The rest of the week will be the regular schedule. Thanks for understanding, and have a fun and safe Independence Day!
To honor those who have given their lives for our freedom we will be doing “Hero” WOD’s all week! There will be options for scaling so please don’t let a hard looking WOD be an excuse to “Cherry Pick”!
Compare to 7/1/19
Four rounds for time of:
100 foot Walking lunge with 45/25lb plate held overhead
30 Box Jumps, 24/20 inch box
20 Wallball Shots, 20/14 pound ball
10 Handstand Push-Ups
*You may choose to do this WOD as an individual or as a team of two.
U.S. Navy Senior Chief Cryptologic Technician David Blake McLendon, 30, of Thomasville, Georgia, assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group 2 Support Activity in Norfolk, Virginia, was killed September 21, 2010, in a helicopter crash during combat operations in the Zabul province of Afghanistan. McLendon is survived by his wife Kate McLendon, his parents David and Mary-Ann McLendon, his brother Chris McLendon, and his sister Kelly Lockman.
“Only a man who knows what it’s like to be defeated, can reach down to the bottom of his soul with the extra ounce of power to win, when the match is even.”
It’s commonplace to look at mistakes, miscues, and losses as negatives. And it’s even more common, to view them as setbacks. Yet here, one of the greatest of all time, offers the difference maker in an otherwise even fight between two opponents:
Through the experience of failure, the fighter becomes the victor. Not because of the pain of loss, or the embarrassment of defeat. But through viewing failure as a chance to start again, more equipped. More prepared. More experienced.