Workout of the Day

Be Proud


When is the last time you publicly patted yourself on the back for something you’ve accomplished? I’m not talking about gloating or oversharing or playing an ego-driven game of one-uppery. I’m talking about a public-facing -- in conversation with a friend or family member, or even to a crowd of social media followers -- authentic sharing of something you’ve worked hard to accomplish.

We’re caught in a funny space where it’s often taboo to authentically acknowledge the accomplishments we’re proud of, but commonplace to dress up how great our lives are in what we share with individuals in conversation or with the world on social media. Consider this: what would you say to your best friend if they had accomplished what you accomplished? A raise at work, a PR in the gym, a piece of art, a personal challenge overcome. Would you be excited to share in their hard-earned victory?

There’s a good chance you’re overdue for a little recognition of your diligent efforts and the accomplishments that have come from those efforts. I think the world could use a little more public celebration of the incredible things we’re all capable of doing.

Share it up, friends!

- PS


  • “Helton”

  • 3 rounds for time:

    • 800m run

    • 30 dumbbell squat cleans (50/35)

    • 30 burpees

  • *45 minute time cap