Greg Walsh

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The pace is not a substitute for a position, even in simple movements.
Today focuses on position, execution, fluidity; Pace and weight are distant seconds.
In order for throwing a ball at a wall to be more than novelty, it needs to be attentive and violent.
Move in sound, powerful, and efficient positions.
If a sit-up is easy, it’s useless.
Ultimately, work until you feel you have made sufficient cool-down/ mobility progress.
Move deliberately and aggressively, and attempt no rest outside the short, designated duration in each round.
Breathe, drive, and empty the tank.
Accumulate as many high-quality rounds as possible. Move seamlessly and aggressively, and take no rest. Mind your breathing, mind your mind, and make some progress.
Rest is not mandatory today; If taken, use it to maximize performance in subsequent rounds. If not taken, don’t use it as an excuse to under-perform in subsequent rounds.
Unless there’s money on the line, position, execution, and range of motion always govern weight.
Each set should be difficult, violent, and positionally sound.