6.Feb.2016

Finding Happiness & Building Wealth in all of your life accounts:

Health

Physical Activity

Mental Capacity

Finances

Relationships

 

Faith and fear have one thing in common: they both believe in a future that has not yet happened.

 

With faith, we have confidence in our ability and/or our preparation. Having faith in our future gives us energy and creates excitement for what is coming. With fear, there is an absence of confidence, which is the result of a lack of preparation, or a belief that our preparation was not enough.

 

The greatest detractor from high performance is fear; fear that you are not prepared, fear that you are in over your head, fear that you are not worthy, and ultimately, you are a failure. You can eliminate fear, not through arrogance, or just wishing difficulties away, but through hard work and preparation. Your confidence will increase and that makes you a very powerful competitor.

 

Staying positive and taking responsibility for the things you can control (attitude, preparation, effort, and behavior) will allow you to develop the confidence needed to perform at the highest level. The unshakable confidence of our athletic heroes didn’t appear overnight, but was developed through years of learning from trial and error. Reminding ourselves of our hard work and believing is how you can increase confidence, thereby increasing performance.

 

If you think you are beaten, you are.

If you like to win, but you think you can’t, you won’t.

If you think you’ll lose, you’re lost.

If you think you’re outclassed, you are.

You’ve got to be sure of yourself before you conquer a challenge.

Being sure of yourself is the key to ALMOST everything in life.

The battles we face, aren’t always won by the stronger or fastest, but sooner or later the person who wins, is the one WHO THINKS HE/SHE CAN!

 

Success begins with your state of MIND.

 

Let me help you find the right place to keep your mind. Your mind can relax in a calm and positive space…if you allow it, if you drive it there, and if you open your heart to it!

See you Saturday, February 6th, at 12pm at CrossFit Five Cities.
Bring your heart, your soul and an open mind.

 

Carolyn “CJ” Silas

Personal Coach

(805) 295-9151

cj@thecjsilasshow.com

www.cjsilas.com

A. Mobility; shoulders, calves, hammies

B. 6min EMOM: 30sec AMRAP single or double unders

C. 6min EMOM: 50m sprint
5min EMOM: 50m sprint, 5 wall balls
4min EMOM: 50m sprint, 5 wall balls, 5 burpees

D. static stretch session

A. Mobility; shoulders, calves, hammies

B. 6min EMOM: 30sec AMRAP double unders

C. 6min EMOM: 100m sprint
5min EMOM: 100m sprint, 7 wall balls
4min EMOM: 100m sprint, 7 wall balls, 5 burpees

D. static stretch session