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Well what happens when the WOD is over and you gave your best, but your best was only good enough for 5th place. Your mind starts racing as to what you could have done better, or how the people ahead of you cheated, etc. The purpose of this post is not to judge or point fingers, it’s mostly to open up the discussion or open people’s eyes.

At this point you have to compose yourself and move on, accept the things you can no longer control and prepare to crush the next WOD. About three years ago I had a discussion with my roommate about the possible use of steroids in Crossfit, I dismissed his statement and told him it was unlikely.

Use the disappointment as motivation to show everyone else, specifically your competition and those watching, that your here to make a Mutta [email protected] statement!! There’s soo many phenomenal athletes coming out of seemingly nowhere that are here to stay.

So in these local competitions you are going to lose, your going to get your ass-kicked in some WODs, and despite your very best someone is always going to be better than you. Three years ago when I started doing local competitions I basically knew where I would fall compared to my competition, now-a-days, I have no clue.

Maybe acceptance isn’t the right word, but rather moving on and never forgetting is the proper term. We uphold standards to ourselves every time we WOD, for instance, we make sure we are going below parallel, maintaining full extension, or performing ALL the reps necessary.So recently Pam, my teammate, got sick and she was told to take a Z-Pack. She was going to start it on a Tuesday and thus, in theory, she should be better by Sunday.The problem was that Saturday we planned on having an all day training session in Miami so we couldn’t have her miss that.For instance, if there is a shit load of running, I already know Chase Daniels is gonna smoke all of us, or if there’s heavy DL’s, then I’m more likely to win.I’ve accepted this already and am sure the rest of my training partners have accepted the same.Use that anger and disappointment that you felt after knowing you didn’t do as well as you wanted to, to fuel you through the next WOD. Maybe acceptance isn’t the right word, but rather moving on and never forgetting is the proper term. Well what happens when the WOD is over and you gave your best, but your best was only good enough for 5th place. Your mind starts racing as to what you could have done better, or how the people ahead of you cheated, etc. At this point you have to compose yourself and move on, accept the things you can no longer control and prepare to crush the next WOD. Now, this just reinforces the idea that to be the best at Crossfit you don’t have to be the best at everything you just have to not SUCK at anything. My point is that at some point Rich had to accept that there are people who are better than him in any given WOD, but over a broad domain of WODs he was going to prevail as an overall Champ.I believe this is very difficult to accept but imperative if you want to succeed.

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