Progress is Problem Solving

27 April 2014

Boyanka Kostova of Bulgaria cometes during the women's 53-kilogram weightlifting finals at the 89th Men and 23rd Women European Senior Weightlifting Championships in Minsk on April 6, 2010. Dasdelen won the silver meadal. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV (Photo credit should read VIKTOR DRACHEV/AFP/Getty Images)

Boyanka Kostova of Bulgaria cometes during the women’s 53-kilogram weightlifting finals at the 89th Men and 23rd Women European Senior Weightlifting Championships in Minsk on April 6, 2010. Dasdelen won the silver meadal. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV (Photo credit should read VIKTOR DRACHEV/AFP/Getty Images)

You master opening the hips only to find you now have an early pull.  You perfect your first pull, only to find you lost your shrug.  You conquer your fast elbows, only to find you’re now catching at 1/4 squat.  Progress? Yes! Solving problems can often create new ones.  Continuing to identify those problems and eradicate them makes you more effective.  Being a lifelong athlete requires dedication to constant problem solving.  Enjoy the journey!

28 April 2014

Tabata:
Squats
HSPU’s

WOD: 5/7 RFT
6 Vertical Jump
8 Pull Ups
10 Pistols

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