Much has been written about harnessing your focus to improve results.

In business, in relationships, for personal development, with hobbies, etc.

Rather than dilute our efforts by “improving” everything simultaneously, make the decision to direct the largest percentage of our energy possible to what we have deemed as the MOST important.

Easier said than done.

To focus on something, we must also decide NOT to focus on something else.

Cultivating this habit is the core concept of our new Competitors class.

Each day we begin by identifying our biggest opportunity for improvement in the WOD.

We spend the remainder of the class aggressively pursuing improvement in that specific element.

Perhaps equally as important, we deliberately chose NOT to pursue growth in other elements of the workout.

Join us on Saturdays at 8:45am to challenge your body and your perspective. ;-)

Can you make the disciplined pursuit of less a habit outside the gym?

Source: "Essentialism" by Greg McLeown