PAX: Infinity, Matthew – Running Man, Chile
WARMUP: SSH, Don Quixotes, Willy Mays Hayes, Michael Phelps, Imperial Walkers, and Beat Pickers THE THANG: Circle of Pain 1
Circuit AMRAP: 30 seconds on, 10 seconds’ rest. 4 x sets. 2-minute rest between sets.
Lateral Bear Walk to Merkin
Jumping Side Lunge
Hand Release Merkin
2 Minute rest
Circle of Pain 2
Circuit AMRAP: 30 seconds on, 10 seconds’ rest. 4 x sets. 1-minute rest between sets.
COT: Growth Equals Pain
by Keir Weimer | Jan 12, 2021 | Success
Without pain, sacrifice and some suffering, we will never experience true growth and transformation—to go from where we are to where we want to be.
Only when we push and move outside of our comfort zone and boundaries can we truly adapt and step into our new self-capability.
Pain can be temporary and fleeting, but deliver extraordinary growth—if we can remain focused on the why behind the effort.
Nothing great ever came without hard work, pain and some adversity. Always remember that when staring down a difficult road to get to where you want to be.
You see, we have to remember that we control the strings that operate ourself and our character in life. We get to decide how we want to move our character and ourself.
If we are unhappy or do not like a quality or a habit in life, we have the ability and freedom to work to change that. If we see that something is detrimental to our growth and our vision, we can work over and through some pain to grow from it, learn and elevate beyond it.
So remember that when things get tough, when we do experience pain and are stretched in an area of our lives, it’s not the time to back down, turn and run in the other direction, or find the path of least resistance where the pain will stop immediately.
No. Instead, we need to persevere even if the pain increases in the short run, because when we have a clear destination and know what it takes to get there, only an iron will and the resolve to work through whatever obstacle we encounter will allow us to be successful.
That’s what growth is all about—constantly learning, working, improving and being willing to put yourself out there and experience short-term discomfort, unease and pain as you pursue growth, enlightenment and elevation. Let’s GO!