“FURIOUSLY FAST”
AMRAP 6:
Max Rounds of “DT” (115/85) (95/65) (65/45)

1 Round of “DT”:
12 Deadlifts
9 Hang Power Cleans
6 Push Jerks
* 1 Round of “DT” = 27 Reps

Rest 6 Minutes

AMRAP 6:
Max Rounds of “Cindy”

1 Round of “Cindy”:
5 Pull-Ups
10 Push-Ups
15 Air Squats
*1 Round of “Cindy” = 30 Reps

Rest 6 Minutes:

AMRAP 6:
Max Calorie Assault Bike


“Roses that are left unpruned can become a tangled mess of old and new canes, all competing for air and light.” – Elizabeth Roth

As the rose bush grows, it grows buds. It doesn’t grow like a tree, as it’s physical size is limited, but the buds keep on coming. To the point where if it grows too many, the bush can actually exhaust itself and die.
Ideas are like rose buds. They constantly need to be “pruned” or trimmed. If we don’t trim our ideas, just like the rose bush, we can overwhelm ourselves.

Growth ideas are natural and it’s completely normal (and a very good thing) to have an ample supply. But if we want to reach our full potential, it will require the pruning, trimming, and critical look on what ideas can stay… and what can go.