Workout equipment: Kettlebell, Pull up bar
Workout type: Challenge
Workout equipment: Dip bar
Workout type: AMRAP
We’ve all done it: made a big, far-reaching goal that’s exciting, challenging, and even a little scary.
You start out strong with big aspirations. You may even tell a few friends or family members.
And while the initial push goes well, before long, you start to struggle.
Life starts to get in the way. One missed workout turns into two. The deadline to sign up for that race you were so excited about comes and goes.
Before long, you’re making excuses about why your goal wasn’t realistic in the first place.
You see other people stick with programs, skills, and difficult challenges and eventually accomplish amazing things…
…but you just can’t seem to stick with anything.
Whenever this happens, it’s easy to get disappointed and feel like you can’t accomplish anything. But that’s not the case.
You’re not hopeless. You just need to build some grit.
Workout equipment: None
Workout type: 12 Minute