Workout of the Day



Persistence is the firm or obstinate continuance in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition. This is a quality too few will seek to develop, but one that is necessary to achieve success. It is the rare person that seeks out the discomfort that comes with developing this capacity. In short, most people would rather quit or wait for someone else to do the work.

Years ago, I was listening to the legendary fighter, “the Dean of Mean” Keith Hardin, share stories and insights in an interview. He was discussing his beliefs about the search for success how the decision to be persistent in his efforts, regardless of the pain and discomfort, had led him to the successes he now enjoyed. He made an observation that has stuck with me since. He said that there are two types of fighters. There are the fighters that will turn to the clock, waiting for the bell to end the round. The other type of fighter is one that turns into the punches refusing to give up trying to beat the bell. He chose to lean in and face the punches and that persistence, regardless of the result, earned him tremendous success.

Which brings me to today’s announcement. We are now in the month of May and as many of you know the end of the month holds a special place in our hearts and minds. Year after year, our community has come together to remember those that have died in service to our country. In the past, we have gathered together for a charity event on Memorial Day and performed the infamous workout, Murph. This year will be no different, the observance of Memorial Day will be here regardless of a virus or a government order. We will be here to honor the fallen and the families that have been left behind. I hope you’ll stay tuned as we release more details about the event. It’s a fool’s errand to try and run the clock out, so let’s turn into the punches together.

See you on May 23rd for Murph.

See you out there. #developyourself







05062020 - WOD

Complete the following for total time and reps, with a burden(+5-20lbs)

  • For time complete 10 rounds of the following

    • 5 pull-ups

    • 10 push-ups

    • 15 squats

  • 2min rest

  • Tempo run

    • Run 10min out

    • Negative split return(>10min)

  • 2min rest

  • AMRAP 15

    • 10 pull-ups

    • 20 push-ups

    • 30 squats

*record total time and reps in the comments below