The best part of goal setting is the optimism. It’s like window shopping. You get to talk about and ponder over all of the nice things that would be so great to have.
Some percentage of people that do some goal setting (or window shopping), actually set out a plan to achieve the end goal. An even smaller percentage of those people take action down the path that they’ve created in their minds. Sadly, the smallest percentage of people get to the finish line. Those men and women are called “finishers.”
In my opinion, we’ve got enough dreamers, planners, and starters to go around. Are you a finisher?
Every 2 minutes for 14 minutes, complete:
7 Toes to Bar
3 Max Effort Linked Broad Jumps
(7 distance scores)
Then, complete 5 rounds for reps of:
:20 Overhead Hold (185/130)
Max Front Squats
(Rounds begin every three minutes)