DAILY MINDSET
**“Hope and despair are both self-fulfilling prophecies.” – Ernest Hemingway**
 
If you are in the market for a blue Honda, all you see on the road are blue Honda’s. It’s as if they are seemingly everywhere. In every intersection, passing us on the highway, and even on our street.
 
Yet, they were there the whole time.
 
We see what we are looking for. It’s called the “Reticular Activation System”.
 
This is a built in, real system each one of us has – it’s a survival mechanism. If we needed to look for food, we started to see it. Or if danger was close by in the form of a man-eating predator, we’d notice it quickly.
 
Are we focused on what it might look like if we fail? How many times we’ve failed in the past, and all the things we’ve done wrong?
Or are we focused on how we are *going to make it*. Focused on the path forward, with the next tangible step clearly in mind. Focused on the good that we learned from every past mistake. That those mistakes were stepping stones to getting closer.
 
We are going to see to fruition whatever we put our mind to. The choice is ours.

GENERAL
* The less people there are on each team, the slower the pace will be - as there is less rest or even no rest before starting the sled
* If there is a big crew, they’ll be more rest before starting the sled again, so you can push for a faster pace

## SLED PUSH
* Move the fastest on this station
* Ensures you get the next teammates back in the game quickly

## WRECK BAG RUN & RUN
* These paces are based on team size
* If you have a smaller team, take these a little slower because you’ll be right back on the sled after the run
* If you have a bigger team, go fast knowing you’ll be able to rest before starting the sled again

Family Fued

Score Type:: Rounds and Reps

Class Divides Into 2 Teams:
AMRAP 25:
**buy in 800m run
50 Meter Sled Push (95/45)
100 Meter Weighted Run (45/25)
200 Meter Run

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Comments

Bridger Adams

Bridger Adams 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 9 + 2

Michael Hancock

Michael Hancock 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 8 + 2
Notes: Team Score 17 +4

Adri Lamb

Adri Lamb 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 4 Rounds

Jenifer Pullman

Jenifer Pullman 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 7 Rounds
Notes: 95# sled, 30# ball

Lori Hansen

Lori Hansen 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 8 + 1

Pam Hanks

Pam Hanks 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 6 Rounds

Lynnette Kehaulani

Lynnette Kehaulani 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 7 + 1
Notes: 30 lbs for weighted run

Blake Jensen 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 7 Rounds

Ashley Stark 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 6 + 1
Notes: 14 # wr

Lee Adair

Lee Adair 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 8 + 2
Notes: finished 9 @ 26:12

Donna Wollenzien

Donna Wollenzien 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 5 + 20

Steele Hendershot

Steele Hendershot 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 8 Rounds
Notes: *On last 200M run when time expired.

Kim Golding

Kim Golding 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 22 reps
Notes: 30 lb ball

Shanelle Lundell

Shanelle Lundell 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 15 reps
Notes: 20 lb ball

Brenna Kennedy

Brenna Kennedy 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 19 reps

Rachel Peles

Rachel Peles 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 19 reps
Notes: 50# ball

Corey Chapman 1 week ago / Reply

Family Fued: 24 reps
Notes: 8 rounds

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