The Key to CrossFit: The Mental Game

If you want to dominate your box, get better on all the moves, and crush your opponents, the key is the mental game.

You have to believe in yourself or no one else will.

You have to believe you can do it.

You have to believe you got this.

You have to tell yourself this over and over and over again.

Even when you don’t believe any of it.

And guess what?

The workout will end.  And you will have done it.  And your confidence will soar.

Cause you did it!Related image

You were right.  You knew it all along.

And the next time you do the same workout or the same moves or face something seemingly impossible you’ll be better able to do it.  You’ll do it better.  Faster.  And easier.

All because you had the right mindset.

Your brain is more important than your brawn.

Always remember that.

7 thoughts on “The Key to CrossFit: The Mental Game

  1. So, I’ve got to ask… how do you find the time to be a powerhouse like you are. If we work 8+ hours, I’m wondering how I could exercise at your level. I don’t think it is possible… trying to figure it out in my head. 🙂

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      1. Ok, thanks for sharing! I wasn’t trying to pry into your personal life, just thinking, HOW could a normal person do this. I would have to set goals for myself.

        HEY – GOOD Chapter for your book!! How to make working out doable if you work 8 hours a day. Would LOVE to hear your advice on this, with a specific plan!

        You have a wealth of knowledge you can share with people. This would be a great book.

        I think you have decide if the slant is only toward championships or trying to help peple “in general” enjoy exercising!

        think about these things on your run, workouts. Expecting a book in the next 5 years.

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