Learning Blocks to the Training Log: March 31, 2010

Posted on March 31, 2010. Filed under: Training Log | Tags: , |

Quotes of the Day:

“More than anything else, I believe it’s our decisions, not the conditions of our lives, that determine our destiny.”

-Anthony Robbins

“It is important to acknowledge a mistake instantly, correct it, and learn from it. That literally turns a failure into a success. Success is on the far side of failure.”

-T.J. Watson,1874-1956, Founder if IBM

The Journey

To constantly refine myself is a journey that only I can undergo. To take away and shed my impurities, is a constant challenge that only I can do if I so will it. To view life as a double-edged sword ready to protect and take away within two brushes of an air stroke is often a hard one to grasp, while still trying to value the finer things in life – seeking the better.

Some may think it easy, yet it is in our nature that many choose to suppress their innovation. To seek balance, rather than extremes. To tolerate, rather than to idealize. And to thrive, rather than to strive. It is within this framework that I must not bound myself to and constantly choose to find the better, turning blocks as I go.

Training Log:

Kneeling Ab Roller (Power Wheel) w/ Left Lateral Flexion – 11:03pm – 11:07pm <PR!>

10 (46.9 rest), 10 (46.2 rest), 10 (n/a)

Intermediate Ghatering – 11:15pm – 11:17pm <PR! Notice also a difference in ab flexion ability with straight legs>

5 (46.2), 5 (n/a)

Finishing Notes:

I must better refine my goals PER day. Although I’m setting PRs, too better understand my goals after testing will hopefully help me clear a better path.


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