Joe and R.C. take on the 36" box.
W.O.D 12.3.08
4 Rounds for Time:
10L/10R Walking Lunges w/ OH Carry (30/45)
20 K-T-E
10L/10R DB Snatch (20-25 w./30-35 m.)
10L/10R Step Ups (20-25 w./30-35 m.)
20 Box Jumps

-courtesy of Again Faster

As a child, you can do anything. The future is an unwritten story, unencumbered by the fetters of harsh reality. Belief is easy to come by, as simple as hearing or seeing. Potential is infinite, and always given its due.
As we get older, living is no longer an exercise in blind faith. Doubt creeps in, and skepticism finds its way into our minds. The world gives us our knocks, and with each blow, the bounds of reality narrow. The vernacular of the impossible impregnates our speech and infects our actions, until we stay with the safe, the pleasant, and the known, afraid to push back against the unfamiliar and the difficult.
This unfortunate evolution leaves us unsure of our abilities, scared to display incompetence and unwilling to attempt the unknown. Terrified of another hard knock, we display only those traits with known rewards and certain payoffs. We become small and weak as the chains of doubt weave themselves into our lives. [keep reading]


Aimee Lyons said...

Doug-28:50*3 rounds

Jason Lyons said...

That quoted story is pretty awesome. I liked it. Thanks. Our results are hiding in the comments section again.

Appalachian Athlete said...

3 rounds... I'm embarrased and ashamed.

I'll make up for it tonight!

Aimee Lyons said...

Doug- not to worry, I'll let you make it up with a "little" extra tonight :-)