Finishing What You Start

Have you ever had that conversation with yourself amidst a workout where you ask whether or not you have to finish? “Would it be that bad if I just quit right now?” You already know the answer, but it’s as if our bodies still look for a way out.

The key is that you don’t quit.

Whether you realize it or not, we are practicing a valuable skill each day when we train together. When do we stop our work? We stop when we our work is complete.

In a world where folks rarely see things though, we get a chance to (despite internal dialogue that wishes to quit) practice finishing what we’ve started.

Who knows, the next time you’re waist deep in adversity, you might just find it easier to keep moving forward while those around you are quick to quit. It’s a character building habit, folks.


Logan Gelbrich




2/4/14 WOD

Gymnastics Strength
2×12 False Grip Ring Pulls
2×12 Ring Dips
2×6 Partner Assisted Muscle Up Negatives (3 count)


Complete 3 rounds for time of:
10 Chest to Bar Pull Ups
20 Dbl KB Shoulder-to-Overhead (53/25)
30 Double KB Swing

**Sets must be unbroken. If broken, start set again.
**20 min cap