The Daily Experience 1/15/15

Life Coach Progression and Motivation

We are trying to get everyone to eventually become life coaches. That is the progression in WAR.   Student>>Mentor>>Life Coach. However, the only way you can become a WAR life coach is to be good at living the WAR lifestyle yourself. What’s your motivation for trying to become a life coach? Is because you truly enjoy helping people to change? Is it money only? If your motivation is money driven then you shouldn’t try and become a WAR life coach. You have to care about people before you can make money in helping people; and if you are thinking about money first, then the business world might be a better fit.

Yes, of course, we need money almost as much as we need air; but you have to truly love helping people to change first, before you can ever think about being compensated, especially in WAR. If you grow yourself into becoming a life coach that has proven he or she can lead people to change, then imagine how valuable you will be to the world; and for that, you will surely be compensated.

 

The Remote Program

A. 3 rounds for time of:

10 burpees

30 Air Squats

Run 400 meters (or for 2 minutes)

B. Read for 20 minutes, directly after

C. Send out a thank you text

 

The Student / Life Coach Program

Gym Experience Note: Move through the clear and strong fluently and quickly, with sticking to the rests. Then, rest for a time after, and get into the BALANCE.

Clear

3 rounds @ 80%:

30 Double Unders (shoot for UB)

15ft Hand Stand Walk

Strong

A. EMOM for 12 minutes: 1 snatch (full–start at 95/65 and build)

Note: More worried about technique, then final load; however, if you’ve got tech., then go..

B. Front Squat: 3 x 5 (80% 3RM); rest 90 seconds

Balance

For Time Complete:

30 OHS (95/65)–from ground

40 Box Jumps Overs (20)

50 Wall Balls–10ft

60 OH Walking Lunges (45/25)

70 Calorie Rows

200 Double Unders

Note: lets see who the big dawg on this one is 🙂