The 5:30 class are just loving the bike portion during Tuesdays endurance WOD!
Happy Birthday Baylie!
Reminder to save the date: We will be holding our 11th annual “Ugly Sweater” party on Friday December 6th! There will be something for everyone, including the Utah Football game! So bring the whole family and let’s celebrate another incredible year at CFD!
We are so excited to announce that this Thanksgiving we will be participating in the “Utah Human Race 5K” for the 11th year in a row! This is such a fun way to start the Holiday and give back at the same time! Click here to get registered.
100 Meter Farmers Carry (53’s/35’s)
30 AbMat Sit-ups
100 ft Walking Lunges
Make up a WOD that you missed, or a WOD that you have really been wanting to try, work on skills, etc!
*You must still come to one of the regularly scheduled WOD times.
“Worry is a misuse of imagination”
Our imaginations are powerful forces. As kids, we use our imaginations to go all sorts of places, and do many different things.
When our imagination turns to focus on poor outcomes, or less favorable things however, it brings concern – it brings worry. It is a misuse of our imagination that can being great stress and pain, without anything actually happening. It’s a true “”human”” error, which we can all admit to.
Where we do want to spend our time, is preparation. But preparation and worry can have a close relationship, where there are implications.
When the US Navy SEALs flew a helicopter into a compound on the mission that ultimately led to the successful elimination of Osama Bin Laden, catastrophe occurred. One of the helicopters crashed on landing, and was rendered unusable. Without hesitation, the SEALs adapted to the situation, and planned for a seamless extract on other helicopters. They had prepared for this actuality. What they did not do however, is spend any additional thought worrying that it may happen.
It’s wise to look at all possible outcomes, and weigh probabilities at each. It’s good to plan. But never good, to worry.