Goal Setting

Henry Ford once said, “There is no happiness except in the realization that we have accomplished something.”  I think we have all felt that happiness here at CFW, maybe it was during your intro session when you finished pull up #10, or maybe when you set a snatch PR during last weekends Olympic lifting final.  I say that to encourage all of you to set goals for yourself on a regular basis, write them down, look at them often and work hard to achieve them.  It is important to make your goals realistic and attainable but also make them difficult to reach.  We are here to help you reach your goals, tell us what they are and we will do our best.  When you crush your goals tell us so we can celebrate with you!

I will start the goal setting.  I want to do 10 strict handstand push-ups before 2013!

-Nick

TODAY:

Strength: Strict Press for max weight

5x5x5x5x5

Weakness work: Identify one of your weaknesses and work on it for 10 mins.

Mobility: 10 mins of Coach led mobility work!

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8 Responses to Goal Setting

  1. MrsBull says:

    I have a goal. To be able to do double unders before 2013.

  2. Rick says:

    1st pullup before 2013!

  3. Moni says:

    My overall goal:
    Get through my list of things I need to work on!

    1. Double Unders
    2. Pull ups w/o a band
    3. Hand stand push ups
    4. Ring dips
    5. Wall crawls
    6. Running (comfortably)
    7. Muscle ups
    8. Full squat (anything)

    Where should we start? lol

  4. Lily says:

    1. Handstand Push-Ups
    2. Double Unders
    3. Ring Dips
    4. Muscle ups
    5. Butterfly Pull-Ups

  5. Manny says:

    RX the HOPPER DECK—lol— that would be awesome though—
    Seriously—wow where do I begin—So many things to Master—Guess I’ll be around for a while—Hope you all don’t mind—I am going to concentrate on the DOUBLE UNDERS and MUSCLE UPS, really want this..

  6. Dan says:

    Snatch 185 at a body weight of 165.
    Clean and jerk 265
    Keep my Fran time under 3:00
    Commit. Commit to the moment, the day, the week, the year. Whatever it is I’m not going to audit, I’m going to commit.

  7. Rosalyn says:

    1. Muscle Ups (Ring & Bar)
    2. Ring Dips (kipping/unscaled)
    3. 50 Double Unders (unbroken)
    4. Clean Jerk 140#
    5. Snatch 110#
    6. Improve rope climb skill & speed
    That’s plenty for now.

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