It is good to go back to the beginning and it is good to redo past WODs, because it not only reminds us of our improvement, but actualizes improvement. Whether it is cutting down a 650 M Run time by seconds, or being able to do 10 push-ups in a row, rather than 7, there is something very rewarding about being better than you were the day before. Today’s WOD (Workout of the Day) titled, “In The Beginning”, which was taken from the very first CrossFit Hawaii class back in the middle of March (then titled, “Get it Started”), reminded me that I had bettered myself over the past 5 months. Five months ago, 50 push-ups seemed like an unreasonable amount, and now, I can do close to 50 push-ups without stopping. My time for “In The Beginning” in March was a seemingly solid time of 12:15, and today, my time was a PR of 7:40. Just like so many CrossFit Hawaii members have improved baseline times, crushed old WOD times/scores, and reached new PR (personal record) times in 650 M runs, I too, can say I am better today than I was yesterday! So, keep up the great work everybody, keep striving to better your best with each workout, because your efforts will yield results.


Today’s Workout:
“In The Beginning”
1 round for time, of:
50 Push-Ups
50 Sit-Ups
50 Presses
50 KB Swings
50 Air Squats
50 Jump Rope (Single Unders)

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