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Habits are Cool… not the ones like smoking, but like taking fish oil and foam rolling!
Habit making, tracking, are accounting are BACK. This is our third installment of The Habits… and there is a slightly altered take on it this time around.  You will determine your own habits… and you will track them, 2 at a time, for 2 solid weeks.  Here is how we will do it: first, join in by putting your name in a box on the chalkboard, divide the box in half.  MAKING.  On the top half write down one Habit that you can make to improve your life in the physical/movement realm and on the bottom half write down one Habit that you can make to improve it from a nutrition/diet/eating standpoint.  This is NOT a goal, but an action that you will take daily to move yourself towards bettering  yourself.  For the physical side… here are 2 examples:   1) I will make a habit of incorporating 5 minutes of mobility work after each WOD that is directed at improving my shoulder flexibility. 2) I will make a habit of attending 3 WODs and a strength class weekly. For the food-related side, here are 2 examples: 1.) I will make a habit of eating breakfast at least 5 days each week.  2) I will make a habit of eating protein with each meal or snack.  Ask if you’d like to get suggestions about making habits work for you!  TRACKING. Remember the Habit accountability slips?  Well by the beginning of next week- there will be generic habit track forms for you to take and record your daily results. Put the slip in a prominent place at home or work so that you will remember to maintain compliance for your 2 habits across the 2 week period.  Check off progress daily.  ACCOUNTING.  At the end of the 2 weeks- put a check mark on your chalkboard box/space by the habit if you succeeded.  Then get back to making a new set of habits while continuing the previous. Now read this on how to FAIL at habits.  


No Strength Class tonight at 6pm!
Wednesday’s WOD: classes at 7, 9, 10 and again at 5pm.
4 sets of:
Undisclosed length sprint on beach path, each for time.
Rest as needed between sets
(*no rowing as substitution today!  Only running will be available for today’s WOD)
Congrats on April PRs!  Keep track of this stuff!