Winter Training Camp: Day 1

Day 1 started with a warmup and a short workout followed by an hour and a half of lifting. They served us a very healthy lunch and then we were on our own for a couple hours before round 2. In the afternoon we had a bit longer race and then spent an hour on the floor working the soreness out of our muscles with rollers and lacrosse balls.

It is very inspiring to workout with 25 people with this kind of work ethic. Most of them come 6 days a week and bust their butts. The quote on their website today pretty much sums up their philosophy.

“There is no strong performance without a little fanaticism in the performer.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

I think that probably holds true at work and at home too. People who do well at work really dedicate themselves sometimes beyond the understanding of others. Fixing up your home or keeping it clean and organized requires a certain amount of dedication. I have realized lately that even the relationships I have in my life can be amazing with a conscious and consistent effort to improve and enjoy them.

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  1. Change Yourself. Change The World. » Blog Archive » Been awhile Said,

    February 1, 2011 @ 6:54 am

    […] Winter training camp – The rest of the winter training camp at Front Range was equally challenging. As a bonus I learned how to roll around on lacrosse balls to basically give myself the benefits of a deep tissue massage. I also learned that the reservoir of energy runs deeper than I  thought. I am really glad I went. […]

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