What Happens When You Let Go?

Have you ever overanalyzed a lift or thought about so much that it actually negatively effects the lift? I.e. paralysis by analysis? It’s a very interesting balance to strike. It’s like, you can only lift to your potential if you’re not thinking, but you can only get to be an advanced lifter by thinking about it.

Maybe the approach then is to have a balance. It’s really good to conceptualize lifts, or other things, but when it comes down to it, it’s all about trusting your ability, letting go, and allowing your skill to be demonstrated.

Sarah and Bill demonstrating the top of the knee and receiving positions beautifully in the snatch today.

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Connor and Annie are both competing in two separate but huge competitions this weekend. Here are the links!

Brazil: https://competitioncorner.net/events/1795#.XN3VIZNKgU3
Live Coverage: http://hdliveonline.com/brazil-crossfit-tv/ OR https://bcc.tvnsports.com.br/videos/08367436-6602-4937-9cb3-faccaa7a7178#_=_

Rogue Legends: https://www.roguefitness.com/invitational#/

Workout:

6 Rounds:
Every 2 Minutes:
2 Power Snatch

2 Sets:
5 KB Cossack Squat/Side
10 SA KB Bent Over Row/side
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fj8uShygQDU

7 Rounds:
10 Pull Ups
400m Run
Rest :60
*Goal is to stay consistent