Feed the Good Wolf

There is an old Cherokee legend known as the tale of two wolves. A grandfather explains to his warrior grandson that there are two wolves within each of us: One wolf is positive and beneficial, while the other wolf is negative and destructive.

These two wolves fight for control over us.

The grandson is curious and asks, “Which wolf will win?” The grandfather replies, “The one you feed.”
What’s the point? I strongly believe thoughts determine feeling and feelings influence performance. That being the solid-gold truth, learn to think more positively about yourself and your life.

Monitor what you tell yourself (self talk) and always feed the good wolf. This is one of the most important life lessons you can ever learn. Replace negative thoughts like, “I suck at this,” “I’m not good enough,” or “I don’t belong” with positive thoughts like “bring it on” and “I can do this!”

We are always in control, and the sooner we begin to realize our creative power the sooner we’ll create the life we want and deserve. To perform at a championship level, always feed the good wolf.

10.8.19 Training Sessions (3)

Teams of two…
“Burpee Prison Run,” variant
20-16 American KBS (70/53) – Alternate rounds
15-11 Burpees – Alternate rounds
10-6 DB Hang Clean and Jerk/Press (2×50/2×30) – Each player does each round
5-1 Wall Walks – Each player does each round
All rounds end with a 150m Run (10/7 calories Assault bike)
40′ Cap
Cool Down



2×5 (ea) Single-Leg Glute Bridge
Monster Walks
Work up to a challenging 6-rep Front Squat
2-2-2-2 Front Squat Cluster (8 total)
Rest 10-15s between REPS
Rest fully after 8 reps, repeat for 3 sets
Between sets do 4×10 Plater Pinch Step-up (on top short step)
15x Frog Glute Bridge +
16-12-10-8 Front-Foot Elevated Alt. DB Reverse Lunges, each AHAP
Tabata Superman, 8x (20s Work + 10s Rest)
Cool Down