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Conditioning

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“Heldum”

Complete 5 rounds for time of the following:

400 Meter Run

21 Russian Single Dumbbell Swings

9 Strict Pull-ups

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Sri looking strong!

CompTrain Daily Mindset.

Today’s CompTrain Daily Mindset discusses how we can look at feedback as a good thing and not as a criticism or a bad thing. Feedback allows us to see a different perspective and allows us to grow. When was the last time you received some feedback and how did you take it? Were you receptive to it and allow it to help you grow and get better? Or did you take it as criticism and get defensive? How can we change our mindset so that we never hear criticism again? 

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“The only difference between feedback and criticism, is how you hear it.” – Tim Grover

We are defensive creatures. It’s in our nature for self-preservation.

We’ve all related to a time where we felt threatened by feedback. Where we felt like we were being attacked. Much like the primal man, self-preservation kicks in. But outside of that uncomfortable moment, we recognize that feedback is the best thing for us. It’s the secret sauce to improvement. So how can we train our minds to receive it as so?

Remind ourselves, whenever we have the luxury to receive feedback (because it is), there is no downside. There literally isn’t. Even if the feedback or advice is something we can’t use at all, or it doesn’t fit our goals, we still gained insight from another’s point of view or angle.

Whenever feedback comes our way, it’s a gift. If we can remind ourselves of this as the feedback comes, we’ll never hear “criticism” again.

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Coach Danielle explaining the workout, “Heldum”!

Here is a video from Coach D explaining the workout. Let us know if you have any questions and we hope to see you guys at either the Nooner Zoom class or the 5pm class!

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