We do Crossfit, so… we compete every day? Ha, no not really. We do want you to compete or do anything you want like go outside and play or hike a mountain. If you’re willing to put it all out there on the line Competing in crossfit is very rewarding and fun and competitive. The way you approach competition is going to be different than training. Training prepares you for competition by developing skill and strength. Competition does not, it has its own rewards. Don’t confuse the two. When you compete you have to strategize and rely on your strengths to win, know your weaknesses to press the advantage. Being mindful of where other competitors are in the race. The term “Don’t blow your WOD” comes to mind and applies to when and where you hold back or go all out and finish strong reliant on knowledge you have of what is your strength and weakness. Training, training is for weaknesses. Identify and work to get past them. Training is for increasing strength, work capacity and skills and technique. When you come to class come with the attitude that you are going to better yourself today and Not “I’m gonna beat this person”. That person is not your weakness.
30 Sec Handstand Hold
60 Sec Rest