Imaginate

Workout of the day for Friday June 21st, 2013:

10 Minute AMRAP:
Run 1 mile, with remaining time Max effort hang clean 135/95lb
10 minute AMRAP:
Run 1 mile, Max Effort Front Squat 135lb/95lb
10 Minute AMRAP:
Run 1 mile, with remaining time Max effort Step Up with bar in front rack 135/95lb

 

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Imagine you can do what you love to do, what your body was made to do. Imagine that all of your actions work to build your body, mind, and spirit—that all of your actions improve your relationships and build your self-worth.

Imagination is a powerful tool that, if we find time to quiet our minds from the busyness that will always surround us, we can use to stay connected to our purpose. There will always be more chores to do, more ways to work harder and longer at our jobs, more objectives to complete. Imagination helps us to value the things in life that inspire us to be better versions of ourself.

Imagine your goals for your fitness, what goals will you accomplish when your diet and sleep and lifestyle worked together to allow you to accomplish anything? Don’t expect that it will be easy, it will be a trial, a test of your fortitude. Can you persevere—Do you want it bad enough?

*The 4 part episode about Danny’s road to making this movie includes a clip of him working out at CrossFit 3D 😉

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