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November 19, 2012

11/19 WOD: Your fitness mindset

[caption id="attachment_4688" align="alignnone" width="393"] Nick B - World's Toughest Mudder athlete and BCF athlete!
6 laps (6miles) in 26hrs 47min
Placed 40th out of ~1300
Top 5% of the top 5%!![/caption]Mindset is a hugely important thing when you are working out. If you go into a heavy lift and think there is no way you will get it, then guess wont. If you are in a tough metcon and you are thinking how hard it is or how tired and hurting you are then guess will feel EVERY ounce of pain in it. Your body will do what you tell it to do. But this is a learned skill. It takes time to be able to tell your body to keep going. Sure everyone says it, but then when it gets hard they stop. Each and everyday you need to test your limits. Yes its hard and uncomfortable but its only an hour a day. The benefits you get will not only be in the gym, but in every facet of your life. Life gets hard and those that can handle the pressures will be the ones that advance. Do you want to advance?Starts TODAY! Last chance to get in on this. A fun challenge. Yes, you can still eat your pumpkin pie. ;) Rowing technique review, then 500m row - ALL OUTStrength: 7X2 Pause Front Squats (3 seconds at bottom) – heaviest possible, rest 60 sec.WOD: 5 rounds of 200m run, 15 burpees, 12 hang squat clean (not full) to thrusters (95/65)[learn_more caption="NEWS"]**Starts TODAY! Last chance to get in on this. A fun challenge. Yes, you can still eat your pumpkin pie. ;)**BCF Christmas Party December 15th at 7pm! Details RSVP here!**WOD Journals and Speed Ropes are in stock! Contact us if you want one!**New bootcamp/TRX class on Saturday at 7am! Sign up here!**Want to stay updated with BCF? Join the BCF Text Message System to be alerted to last minute updates, changes, news, etc. via text message. It’s free for you (unless you pay per text?…). Just text 414-751-8966 the word bcf2 and you’re in. Follow the directions.**Please take a moment to fill out your BCF Athlete Profile. Here’s the form.[/learn_more]

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