A study conducted on over 30,000 participants found that negative thoughts — not life events or genetics — are the primary predictor of mental health problems. That it’s not what happens to you but how you perceive what happens to you that drives the course of your life.
This evidence might be hard to swallow at first — accountability usually is.
But once you accept it as truth, you’ll become more empowered than you’ve ever been before. Your destiny becomes the simple result of your own choices. And when life starts feeling not-so-good, you can simply change your choices to create a better outcome.
There are really just two choices you make every day that create and feed negativity: what you think and who you surround yourself with. Let’s start with what you think about.
Alternating Gymnastics Skill EMOM
A) 3 wall walks B) 5 to 10 dips C) 1:00 rest
13:00 AMRAP of: 1 Thrusters 95/65 1 Ring dip
2 Thrusters 95/65 2 ring dips
3 Thrusters 95/65
3 ring dips
Continue adding one rep per movement for each round until time is up