The Whole Life Challenge - what's holding you back?When you complete the Whole Life Challenge, you will have expanded yourself beyond what you now believe your limitations are, and you will know yourself as an entirely different kind of human being when it’s over. A human being who doesn’t suffer from “that’s just the way things are,” but one who knows how to take dramatic action and get dramatic results. A human being who has power over outside circumstances and lives a life not of restrictive rules but of immense personal vitality and satisfaction. One who knows that “perfection” is a myth and real health and fitness lives in its pursuit and practice.
We are doing this as a group, and you will have tons of support from your fellow members. If there is anything that we know, it is that awesome things are possible inside of this community.
Contact Lis or Courtney if you have any questions. Let’s do this!
What other blogs do you read?As my life is settling down a little, I've been able to get back to doing some daily reading. One of my favorite blogs is The Daily Love (thanks to CFM member and chiropractor extraordinaire Dr. Austin Cohen for turning me on to this one!) ... it's a great dose of daily inspiration that helps me start the day on a positive foot.
As I was reading back through the archives of another blog I love - Balanced Bites (awesome paleo recipes and holistic health tips), I found this post that I find very relevant to all those currently waffling over whether or not to join the Whole Life Challenge (WLC). Read this over and think about what's holding you back. Is it past negative behaviors that might rear their ugly head and affect your performance in WLC? Or are you a little scared to see how good life could become? What's your typical mindset?
Check these blogs out, and post in the comments to let us know what other blogs you enjoy reading regularly (not counting YOUR favorite AND mine, the CFM blog right here, of course!).
Rusty on CrossFit Total
Workout of the DayA. Jerk 4x4 @75%, 3min rest
B. As many rounds as possible in 8 minutes of:
10 Push Press 95/65
10 Box Jumps 24/20