would like to get the sweatshirt order in by tomorrow so we can receive them before the end of the month. They are $45, zip up hoodies. If you haven't already, make sure you get me your size by tonight
if you want one. I will have a medium and a large with me if people
need to try it on
On The 2nd minute for 14 Minutes:
1 Power Clean + 1 Front Squat + 3 Push Press
*Climb to Max Load AFA
35 Shoulder to Overhead (@75% of Todays Complex Max)
I will be putting in an order for zip up hoodies by the end of the week. A lot of people have asked about them, I would like to get some numbers on sizes and interest so I don't end up with any unnecessary sizes or quantities if you are interested please send me a note on your size, they are $45/piece. I will order a few extra once I have the count but not many. Sizes are unisex and run typical - Thanks
When an athlete hand selects workouts that seem to confirm their belief about what they are and aren't capable of doing, what they “need” or “don’t need” to do, what seems “extreme”, or what will get them fit. The result is a contradiction between the resulting capabilities and fitness level of the athlete. Selective workout visitation is a pathway to plateau. Cherry pickers are easily spotted and can typically be seen in all the latest gear and often described as being, "All show and no go"
Examples of cherry-picking:
“That looks hard, I’m not going.”
“I don’t like running, I’m not going.”
“It’s “just” a lifting day, I don’t need that.”
Guy 1: Hey look at that guys sweet shoes, knee sleeves and wrist wraps he must be legit.
Guy 2: Nah, he's a cherry picker he'll be walking in the warmup.