Another decent morning workout. I dropped the ball on organizing a good workout. Too much conditioning, not enough strength. Tomorrow I’ll squat and work the legs hard. That way the run through Stanley Park will be challenging!
Sleep was pretty decent too. I woke up around midnight to pee but don’t recall any extended awake time after returning to bed. I woke up again at 4, but actually felt awake - this is good! Tomorrow will be a good test because Thursday’s are usually tough. However, the whole Vancouver excitement might change the mood for the better.
I really want to nail this presentation on Sunday for whoever shows. Even if it’s 8 people, I’d still like to rock it hard. Set the tone for the entire conference.
One thing I learned: Myths are stories about the humans we want to be like. We need to be careful about Myths because some tell us a story like Icarus - behave if you must!
One piece of motivation: Run like a race even though you’re not at the Olympics. It sets the tone for the rest of the day and helps with any challenges you face. If you’re used to finding another gear then when it really counts in work, family or love, you’ll be able to hit hard and fast.
Three ideas: I need to keep on this entrepreneurship idea. After seeing that article in the Star, I can use Scully and investigate the local universities to showcase the need to make it happen. MUST finish the book - overcome the resistance.
22 min run
3 x 500 row
3 x 10 kettle bell squat
3 x 20 kettle bell swing
3 x 10 kettle bell swing after rest
3 x 5 kettle bell clean and press (each arm)
3 x 20 medicine ball push-ups
3 x fatigue (10) sled pushes
April 06, 2016 at 07:58AM
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