My friend has a black tank that reads “Better Than Yesterday” in big yellow letters.
I hate it.
We weren’t created for better than yesterday tanks and slogans that lose their meaning the moment they become advertising. We’re all made with a singular purpose, personal and universal alike: We’re made to be “The Best We Can Be.”
There’s nothing wrong with celebrating the little things on the way to the big ones. But there’s nothing right with stopping short of our full potential because we’re slightly less inferior than the day before.
When the difficulty of reaching our full potential hits like a hurricane, we can find something to feel good about, make a t-shirt and Facebook post, and watch the life we were born to lead fade. Or, we can take the smallest opportunity and transform it into our boldest triumph.
*Work up for 10 Minutes
*Work up for 10 minutes
*Work up for 12 minutes
20 second L-sit
AMRAP 9 minutes
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