Workout of the Day



The units that you use to measure something can do a lot for how you understand it. For example, I can say I lifted a 60kg barbell, or a 2,112 ounce barbell. Both weigh the same, but they may evoke a different perspective and understanding. On top of this, your units of choice say something about the precision and detail you’re interested in. If I talk about a distance in miles, this suggests the precision is less significant than if I use millimeters.

When it comes to training and your health and fitness, then, units matter. When we talk about growth, development, and getting results, we choose months and years as our units, not hours or days. This is for a reason. You’re not going to get abs from a three-week challenge. You’re not going to prevent degeneration or disease from doing a workout. You’re not going to build function and strength in a weekend.

A workout is a millimeter within a mile.

This is the long game. Choose your units with care.

- PS


  • 4 rounds for time:

    • 30 cal row

    • 15 handstand push-ups


  • 3 rounds for quality:

    • 10 parallette shoot-throughs

    • 20 hollow rocks