Tell yourself you suck at cardio, you’ll never adapt or be very good at it.
Tell yourself you hate getting up early, you’ll never be a morning person.
Tell yourself you can’t eat healthy, you’ll never look, feel or perform the way you want.
It’s amazing how much the preceding attitude and mindset will directly affect whether or not you will ever be able to physically do something.
Tell yourself you’ll never have something, and I promise you, you never will.
The mistake is thinking that having a love of something or the desire to do it must precede the ability.
But the fact is that it’s usually the opposite:
Make the choice to love it even before you’re good at it.
Make the choice to start doing it even before you enjoy it.
Your mind can’t tell the difference between reality and a well imagined thought, and you can use that to your advantage.
So make the choice to stop limiting yourself to only what comes naturally and feels comfortable.
The ability will come once you start putting in the work, and before you know it you’ll be doing—and enjoying—something you never would have before.
Loaded 60lbs into a makeshift sandbag and had some fun with a 60 minute AMRAP:
40 lateral toss