“I was really excited for the Open, but found out that there are a few movements that I haven’t quite mastered yet, especially double unders. Actually, now that I think about it, I probably should have known that double unders would show up at some point.
I really thought I was going to have no problems with them, even though sometimes when they are programmed at my box I tend skip those days (or just do single unders so I can move faster…).
It’s all good, though, I will just keep doing what I am doing and absolutely dominate next year!”
“I was really excited for the Open, but found out that there are a few movements that I haven’t quite mastered yet, especially double unders. I knew they were coming, but I didn’t spend enough time making sure that I was ready.
No excuses, though. This year will be different. I am going to sit down, right now, and write down my goal: “20 unbroken double unders by May 28, 2016”. Then, I am going to work my a$$ off and practice double unders three times a week for 10 minutes at a time for the next two months.”
Here is my question for you:
Which athlete will be ready to dominate double unders in the 2017 Open?
Those who will experience the biggest improvements between now and February 2017 are those who will put in the most ACTION towards improving their weaknesses!
On the other hand, athletes who continue to work out exactly the same as they did before will experience “average” improvement.
You don’t want average. Average is forgettable. Average is the easiest road travelled. As functional athletes, we must avoid average like the plague.
So here are a few questions you might be thinking right now. I am going to break them down one-by one.