12/04/12

Heather and Brian ran in the California International Marathon this past Sunday with buckets and buckets of rain. Those two crazy people did very well considering the weather. Well done Heather & Brian!

Brian’s results:
Pace – 00:06:28
Split 1 – 00:35:36
Split 2 – 00:45:57
Split 3 – 00:46:06
Split 4 – 00:42:04
Finish – 02:49:45

Heather’s results:
Pace – 00:12:46
Split 1 – 01:07:00
Split 2 – 01:19:04
Split 3 – 01:41:13
Split 4 – 01:27:30
Finish – 05:34:49

 

WOD
strict press
push press
jerk

 

Three Critical Elements Sustain Motivation 

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11 Responses to “12/04/12”

  1. heather 2012-12-04 at 06:10 #

    great job Brian! smart of you to get out of the pouring rain three hours faster than me!
    miss you guys! looking forward to a great workout soon!!

  2. Dan 2012-12-04 at 07:09 #

    Sweet RunnerB, didn’t realize you were in. Looking fwd to attending the Capoot Challenge and cheering folks on, we’ll be there. Might want to consider closing shop on Saturday, Coach….you have my vote.

  3. Intense Steve 2012-12-04 at 08:25 #

    Great job Brian and Heather on your performance in the rain for crying out loud!!
    The article on sustaining motivation through 3 key elements: autonomy, value and competence is a great and refreshing way to start the day, it makes me want to “bring it to the red zone” at the box. Thank you Elijah for posting positive articles, sure beats waking up to things like CNN (Constant Negative News), but I wouldn’t know that anyway because I haven’t had cable TV for several years now.

  4. Kelsey 2012-12-04 at 08:43 #

    Great job you two! That’s absolutely incredible. Going to make every effort to be there tonight.

    • Allie 2012-12-05 at 12:45 #

      Missed you last night!

  5. FireSteve 2012-12-04 at 13:46 #

    Great job Heather and Brian, way to fight through that miserable weather. I agree with Steve that I enjoy reading the articles every morning so much more than watching the depressing news.

    Today’s was fun. I believe I hit 3 pr’s since I didn’t have anything written down. 155# strict, 200# push press, 215# jerk. Shoulders are done. Noon is starting to become the happening time and place!

  6. Noah 2012-12-04 at 14:59 #

    The best book I read on motivation is “Drive” by Daniel Pink.

  7. molly 2012-12-04 at 15:26 #

    gotta love daniel pink! you can get the gist of his book from this TED talk:

    another great TED talk along these same lines suggests that natural talent doesn’t always equal achievement, bu that the key to success is grit:

    the topic of motivation is of special interest to me as a homeschooling mom. i’m always looking for ways to promote independence and self direction with my kids, and i can definitely see the benefit of applying these principles to my own pursuits.

    i love how people at the gym study various topics, from weight lifting to retirement packages for government employees, and share their findings at the gym. we’re all getting smarter and stronger!

  8. molly 2012-12-04 at 15:28 #

    whoops! my links didn’t show up. here they are again (i hope):

    http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation.html

    http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/TEDxBlue-Angela-Lee-Duckworth-P

  9. kyle 2012-12-04 at 19:36 #

    Good wod today the box is empty in the am better in the pm my first double day not too bad.

  10. Jenny 2012-12-04 at 20:14 #

    Heather and Brian great times in the Monsoon! 🙂

    FireSteve and IntenseSteve you both killed it today… The real question is wether any of us will be able to lift our arms above our heads tomorrow?!

    AFC has become such a huge part of my life. The social aspect has become just as equally as important as the workout. See you all tomorrow. Come check out the noon class if you haven’t already, we have a BLAST.

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