"Taking complete ownership of our outcomes by holding no one but yourself responsible for them is the most powerful thing you can do to drive your success. As such, accountability is most likely the most important of the three commitments. Without it, your journey down the path of mastery will be cut short the moment you encounter a challenge. Without it, you won't figure out how to break through the ceilings of achievement you'll hit along the way. Accountable people absorb setbacks and keep going. Accountable people persevere through problems and keep pushing forward. Accountable people are results oriented and never defend actions, skill levels, models, systems or relationships that just aren't getting the job done. They bring their best to whatever it takes, without reservation.
Accountable people achieve results others only dream of.
When life happens you can either be the author of your life or the victim of it. Those are your only two choices - accountable or unaccountable. This may sound harsh, but it's true. Every day we choose one approach or the other, and the consequences will follow us forever." --Gary Keller, The One Thing
MONDAY, 29JULY2019 - Work For Today
Wave 1/Week 1/Day 1
STRONGMAN CONDITIONING - As Many Rounds As Possible in 8:00 Minutes With Partner (You Rest While Partner Goes) - This is a Sprint
5 Axle or Log Clusters (Thrusters with a Clean) - Clean Each Rep
5 Lunges with the Axle or Log in Front Rack Position
5 Burpee Lateral Jumps
STRENGTH - 5 Rounds - Adding Weight Everywhere you are able to
3 Circus Dumbbell Cleans Each Side - (Clean ONLY) - 2 Hands on DB
5 Deadlifts (Aim to break 80-85% during one of your top Sets - go heavier if you can)
100 Foot Sandbag Carry (Near Bodyweight)
10 Dragon Flags
No Rest Between Exercises. Stay Focused. Rest as long as it takes you to add weight.
ASSISTANCE - 20, 15, 10 Reps of
Rack Puils (Just Below the Knee) - HEAVY
T-Bar or Corner Barbell Rows - Heavy
Glute Ham Raises or Reverse Hyper
:30 Seconds Face Pulls Between Rounds