Year of Push 2.14 3 Types of People

by | Apr 20, 2017 | Blog

Guys, can you believe it’s April 20th? We are nearly halfway through 2017. Are you taking advantage of each day?

Are you willing to set a micro goal for the last 10 days of the month? Is there an excuse you can stop making for 10 days or a small action you can create some consistency with? Let’s make the rest of our month the best of our month!

It’s another group workout day today!

Teams of 3:
3 Rounds:
100 Calorie Row
50 Bench Press (135/95)
400m Team Run

I modified this today to go solo because my stomach is still unsettled. So, my workout looked like this:

3 rounds for time:

30 cal row

25 bench press

25 cal bike

My goal was to move with a consistent pace, which I did. I think my chest will feel that bench press tomorrow!

Today is LIVING what I wrote about yesterday – instead of fixating on what you can’t do, focus on what you can do.

I didn’t feel like I could go at 100% today and there’s no need for me to feel the pressure of being on a team and bouncing around on a run.

Instead, what can I do? Modify and bring my best effort. Done.

Please guys, stop being a victim of all you can’t do. There’s way, way more you can do.

Along those lines, I saw this note scribbled on the bottom corner of one of the white boards at the gym. It was right in front of my bench today:

It says 3 types of people:

  • Those who watch things happen
  • Those who make things happen
  • Those who say, “what happened?”

Below that:

  • Do what has to be done
  • When it has to be done
  • As well as it can be done
  • And do it all the time

Which type are you? What can you do today to make things happen?

On the food front:

I’m still not feeling entirely like myself. Case & point: I had zero coffee yesterday and I haven’t had any yet today. That hasn’t happened in YEARS.

Because I’ve been kind of queasy, I’m sticking to sparkling water before my workout and chicken soup afterwards.

While I bought mine at Whole Foods, this would be a super easy & fat loss friendly soup for anyone to make. It’s literally just chicken stock, carrots, celery, onion, chicken, salt, parsley & pepper.

That seemed to go well (it didn’t go well yesterday) so I had grilled chicken strips from Paleo Power Meals for dinner. All is well that ends well!

PS: If you’re new to these posts, listen to this podcast episode to get the scoop on what changes I’m making in my life and you can start back at my first daily post here.

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