“Live life on purpose” -Simon Sinek
As simple as this sounds, every action we take in our lives should have a purpose.
As an analogy, let’s use money. When we spend money, there’s a reason. A purpose. Food for tonight’s dinner, a new pair of shoes, gasoline. It’s very easy to justify.
We would never throw our money into the wind for no reason. That of course would be ridiculous. Yet, we can often find ourselves doing so, with our time.
Unlike money, which can cycle back around on the next paycheck, there’s no such thing as another “time allowance”. Be a morbid thought, but we know our days here are limited… time is our most precious resource.
As we move through our day, take an objective look at the actions we take. Like a CFO analyzing a day of business, reflect tonight on where we spent our time. At the “years-end fiscal summary”, when our time comes… let’s be proud about how we chose to spend our resources. For we only get one shot.
In 10 minutes build to a heavy 5 Rep Pendlay Row. Shoot for 3 sets. The bar should be making contact right below the chest. In between each set do 5-8 Strict Knees to Elbows. Rest 90 seconds between sets.
As Many Rounds/Reps As Possible in 15 Minutes
15/10 Calorie Bike
30 Double Unders
10 Thrusters 95/65
2 Rope Climbs
Rx+ Legless rope climbs