Can you be passionately, decisively wrong? From a baseball perspective, there’s a phenomenon when baserunning where hesitancy is always bad. As a result, players are encouraged to make a choice and commit to it.
Being in the middle is bad for everyone involved.
When baserunning we call the process of evaluating a play “getting a read” and the goal is to make a good read and act on it. Like I said above, however, hesitancy kills, so we celebrate committed, passionate decisions that are made in good faith even if they have a negative outcome.
In the real world, I observe how this type of action is almost never celebrated and it’s a shame. I think we all should trust our decision-making process and live in a place where we can make a choice and passionately commit to it regardless of outcome.
After all, half-stepping is bad for everyone in the “real world,” too.
DEUCE ATHLETICS GPP
Complete 4 rounds for quality of:
8-15 Pull Ups
20 Plank Knee Tuck – Roller
Then, complete 3 rounds for total reps, each round:
Goblet Squat (50/30)
Ball Slam (20/10)
DL DB Push Press
DEUCE GARAGE GPP
Weighted Chin Ups
Complete 3 rounds for quality of:
8 Push Up Renegade Rows
10 Zottman Curls
20 Plank Shoulder Taps
Then, complete 4 rounds for time:
5 Push Jerks (155/105)
10 Pull Ups
15 Air Squats