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In seasons of progress, when I find myself moving with a lot of momentum; I have to be careful not to bite off more than I can chew.

I remember when I learned that what a great employee I was able to be. My response was to work all of the time and do my very best at all times. From early on, to even today in my career; I tend to take on more work than I should when things are going well. The problem is that things continue to go well, because I love to work and I love the work that I do!

More work doesn’t always mean more progress. If I don’t rest and recover, my work will suffer. Trying to do everything on my own is egotistical and poor leadership. More isn’t always better. More of me is often NOT better, but worse. Taking on more than I am capable of doing is neglectful when I cannot provide the support I committed to provide.

I don’t want to be the guy with a busy schedule. I want to be the guy who makes a positive, significant impact. That doesn’t mean as much work as possible. It means: I want to accomplish much GREAT work as we are able to accomplish as our best selves.

Do well, not just more.

Have a great week!



Functional Fitness Day

*Remember to warm up properly and select a weight so that you can complete all reps with good form.

*Rest 60 secs between sets except on the supersets.

1). Front Squats 3x5 repetitions.

*go as heavy as you can for 5 reps with good form.

2). Kettlebell Swings 3 x 12 repetitions.

3). Box Pistol Squats 2 x 8 repetitions each leg.

4). Dumbbell Bench Press 3 x 12 repetitions.

5a). Chin ups 3x10

5b). Dumbbell Push Press 3x10

*Do chin-ups then do a set DB. push press immediately

6a). Db farmers carry 3 x 50 steps

6b). Hanging leg raises 3x10 at body weight

*Do DB farmers carry then do a set of hanging leg raises immediately.

Workout provided by: Juan Martinez at West Texas Strength Training Facility


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