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3-2-17…. What’s Your Vision?

Since I just turned 35 years old, I’ve been doing some self reflection.  I think it’s really important to have vision and know where you’re going.  I think it’s important to ask yourself a few questions:

What’s your vision for yourself?  

Are you actively working on visualizing what you want?  

What do you want to achieve in life?  What do you want to achieve in fitness?  

What is driving you to fulfill those visualizations?

Hellen Keller once said, ‘The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.’

It’s critical for your success to have a vision of what you want to achieve.  Here’s a great link from Jack Canfield on how to create a vision board. 

You should spend time every day visualizing what you want, and eventually with enough work it should come true.

What’s your vision?  I’d love to know.




Bench press, while resting complete sets of auxiliary work


Bar Muscle Ups x 5

DB Power Cleans x 10

500m Row

4 rounds for time