The quest for humble living is tempered with arrogant seductions. As PCF trainer Ty Gulker eludes to below, humility in today’s society is often mistaken for weakness, while arrogance is confused with confidence.
Authored by: Ty Gulker
Humble is studying technique…And practicing it.
Arrogance is putting more weight on the bar despite shitty technique.
Humble is performing mobility to improve.
Arrogance is leaving the crowd to mobilize without you.
Humble is putting your score on the board so others can beat it.
Arrogance is putting you score on the board so others can see it.
Humble is asking questions to learn.
Arrogance is silence.
Humble is the example of improvement.
Arrogance is talking about it.
Humble is participating.
Arrogance is watching.
Humble is having a bad day and getting over it.
Arrogance is having a bad day and sharing it.
Humble highlights others.
Arrogance darkens the world.
15-Box jumps (M 24″ box / F 20″ box)
12-Push press (M 115 lb / F 75 lb)
AMRAP 18 Minutes
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