Lindsey and Kathleen and post-traumatic stress.
“Whatever your field of artistry, whatever training you have adopted in your daily life, you need to submit to physical repetition in order to progress. And I would be remiss if I were not to advocate loud and clear that when it comes to training, “crisscrossing” arts is a good idea. Physical exercises from one art will improve your thinking in another as surely as thoughts from one art will empower the physicality of the other.” — Phillipe Petit, author, painter, engineer, magician, and mastermind/performer who walked a tightrope between the towers of the World Trade Center a.k.a. “The Artistic Crime of the Century”
Gym Training Session Log – 7/18/14
B). 60m Sled Push x 20*
*Think of each set as a singularity although each is not mutually exclusive. Does that help? Then don’t envision yourself pushing a sled but rather pulling away from the version of you before you started. The version that thought 20 was impossible, that might be willing to accept mediocrity. Leave that version behind because the ‘gods’ only notice true effort.