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Friday 09.01.17

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Friday 09.01.17

Great athletes did not do everything right the first time. Chances are they failed hundreds, if not thousands of times before becoming successful. Perhaps the most important aspect of wanting to be successful is being ready and willing to fail. Setting yourself up to be successful means being humble enough to recognize where you’re at and being ready to fail on the way to getting better. If there was no struggle the success would not be nearly as sweet. Have you ever set out to do something and very quickly accomplished it with no struggle? If you have you likely felt as if it was not enough, or that you set your goal too low. The struggle is what makes us better, and it is an absolutely necessary part of life.-Invictus Athlete Josh Littauer

A.
2 rounds of
Lunge+2 air squats 50′
10 Reverse toe touches
10 Barbell thrusters

B.
3X250M row
Rest 1-2 min between sets
work on starting and overall efficiency of rowing mechanics

C.
Jackie 2.0
1K Row
50 Thrusters 75/55
30 C2B Pull ups

D.
800M Jog/walk recovery pace

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