Missed my post again yesterday. Can’t believe it! This non-routine is just killing me. Anyway, I’m hoping the change in routine can help next week. We had family dinner last night and I consumed way too much fried food and desert. I knew it was coming so I accounted for it by fasting until 2 pm yesterday.
Lots of beer too. Not good.
One thing I learned: Willpower. Can this be taught in schools? Should it be? How would it look like? It should be teacher job to motivate kids to stick with problems instead of taking the lower mark and moving on. Mastery and willpower are key.
One piece of motivation: It’s important to understand your emotional compass when approaching tasks. What is driving you to do these things? If I grab for a beer, what’s motivating me to do it? Habit, really. To break the habit you need motivation.
Three ideas: The book is getting a lot about what school is and shouldn’t be, it needs to start to focus on how it can change and what that might look like. This is dangerous because this is where teachers with experience may dismiss the entire concept out of hand (it won’t work!).
22 min run
3 x 6 bear complex - 6 clean, 6 press, 6 back squat
3 x 10 Hungarian bag squat
3 x 10 bar jumps
3 x 10 Bosu ball/medicine ball swings
3 x 500 row
March 26, 2016 at 09:01AM
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