I learned an important lesson over the weekend. One that has been drilled into our brains since we were young. It’s easy to think “ya, ya, ya, I won’t do that,” but sometimes we do it, and sometimes others do it. Either way, someone gets hurt. I will probably talk more about it later on, but until then… don’t judge people. See past the image of someone. Their real story is inside. Maybe someone is reserved, and is like a book that doesn’t pick up speed right away, you have to give it time. If you make a commitment, stick to it. See it to it’s end. I got a better look into the back-end of the don’t judge someone idea, and it opened my eyes.
And to get a little less serious. 50 burpees for breakfast on Monday. For time. It’s like seeing how fast you can eat all of the chocolate-glazed munchkins from the Dunkin Donuts box before others can have even one, except not as fun.
Our FitGirl stickers came in. They are soooo pretty and I cannot wait to get these out to people and then graffiti every square inch with them. 🙂
Have you tried GU Chomps yet? My friend recommended these to me, and I grabbed a bag when I was at Runner’s Alley on Sunday. These are SO good and remind me of fruit snacks.
This is my new favorite mantra. I need to follow through with this in all of my training. Running, CrossFit, and probably life in general would be a good idea.
And even better, our new CrossFit Ad Finem “athlete” tank tops and shirts came in, so now, when there are competitions or events, I can wear these! This picture is pointless because “Athlete” is on the back and I am not capable of taking a picture of my back.
Have you ever learned a lesson from being judged or judging someone?
What do you use for energy sources during long workouts?