Workout of the Day

Off the Hook


I’m going to take a very low-risk gamble and say that you’re letting yourself off the hook in some area of your life. While letting yourself off the hook feels good and justified in the moment, it doesn’t pay off in the long run. But as humans, we are notoriously good at relinquishing responsibility and justifying our choices so well that we even buy our own reasoning. And so you are left with a constant demand to interrogate your own assumptions and reasons.

So, all this is to say, you have some homework:

Search out just one way that you’re letting yourself off the hook, and raise your accountability to whatever that may be. Understand that while you may have many seemingly good and true reasons to let yourself off the hook (too busy, too tired, too much this, too little that, etc.), none of those reasons change your responsibility.

- PS


  • EMOM 10

    • Min 1) 60s side plank (30s/side)

    • Min 2) Max L-hang


  • 3 rounds for max reps/cals:

    • 60s max cal row

    • 60s rest

    • 60s max pull-ups

    • 60s rest

    • 60s max double DB power clean (50/35)

    • 60s rest