Who wants to ride on the crazy train?

I workout by myself most of the time so it’s up to me to talk myself up during a workout to make it through. It would be so easy to quit when it gets too hard but I’d hate myself in the morning. I put together a list of thoughts that have gone through my mind and I just know they go through the mind of my clients. I can see it in their eyes when they look at me like they want to kill me. This crazy train of thoughts is usually between 15 – 30 minutes.

“That WOD doesn’t look to bad. I think I’ll do the prescribed weight.”
“Feeling pretty good! I got this!”
“Seriously? WTF was I thinking on the weight?”
“OMG, I’m going to die.”
“I think I’m going to puke.”
“My arms don’t work anymore.”
“Someone please get me out of here.”
“Squat lower? I got your squat right over here.”
“Don’t cry. Don’t cry. Don’t cry.”
“Breathe. Breathe. Don’t forget to breathe.”
“”Halfway? We are only halfway done? Are you f’ing kidding me?”
“One more round. One more round.”
“TIME! I’m done!”
“Holy SH!T! I did it!”
“DAMN – that was so awesome!”

And then we do it all over again the next day. All aboard!


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