Sometimes I’ve got no blog in my heart…

Sometimes I’ve got no blog in my heart.
When that happens, I write anyway. In just that previous sentence I see that so goes my life.
I show up. Regardless of any other commentary about me. I. Show. Up. Every. Damn. Day! And believe me, and as you know, not every day is a ‘Doris Day’! Regardless. I put on my shoes and meet my commitments. It wasn’t always this way, but it’s who I’ve become.
Discipline and follow through lead to success. All who succeed are those who DECIDED not to quit. Life didnt just happen. It’s a series of habits and decisions which I get to shape. It’s important to reflect on just what I’m shaping.
Now I’ve been terrified of the question ‘Where do you see yourself in five years?’ since the first time I heard it from my fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Eller. Seemed meanspirited although that wasn’t her intention. I’m only just in the past five years starting  to look at that. I’m doing it presently.
So mark a goal. Set a routine. Stick to it. The results may just alter everything  you thought was(or wasn’t) possible!!

Tait G. Fletcher


Skill: reverse Burpees
100 air squats
80 push presses 75/55
60 double unders
40 Power snatches
20 front squats
10 chest to bar pullups
200 meter farmer carry with 1/2 bodyweight

Doris Day. HA! Love it, using it.

I take inspiration from your approach to life, Tait, and from Crow and Heather. I’ve been working on CF goals, but also other life goals. It helps. It really does.

Now, to put that shit into practice, and find a way to show up tomorrow despite the insanity that is my life right now. (That WOD looks killer!)

Comment by Alexis B — August 2, 2011 @ 10:30 pm

Mobility WOD