Have you ever been a part of a Team?
If so, how did it make you feel?
For me, I love being a part of a Team.
Growing up I played little league baseball. In High School I was on the Wrestling Team and the Football Team.
I felt really proud rolling down the hallways with my teammates.
But it wasn’t all about showing off.
The connection that you have with your Teammates is something you cannot explain unless you have experienced it.
The wins and the losses that you share with them create a bond that cannot be broken.
And the way a Teammate can feed off another Teammate’s motivation when he or she is down.
It’s not just about you.
You’re not out there all alone.
If you need help, a Teammate is ALWAYS there to help you up.
I also experienced this type of Team when I was in the United States Navy.
Talk about a bond!
You’re not going to find a stronger Team bond anywhere.
I do believe the more hardship you go through with a person or Team, the stronger the bond becomes.
Patrolling The Persian Gulf and being in life threatening situations day in and day out will really bring a Team together.
Ever since I got out of the Navy, I’ve been searching for that Team bond again.
For 15 years, I’ve been searching for a team bond like that.
And finally, that Team is here. We call ourselves, “Team 619”.
Remember, what you put into the team is what you’ll get out of it. Ask yourself what you can do to put your team in a better position to win. Take initiative and do it.
In Health and Very Respectfully,
Coach Chris Keith
7 x 1 Clean Deadlift + 1 Hang Power Cleans + 7 Front Squats
Every 3:30 Seconds
Unbroken (Not for Time)
1 x 20 Front Squats 185/130 155/105 135/95
1 x 20 Bar Facing Burpees
1 x 15 Front Squat 185/130
1 x 15 Bar Facing Burpees
1 x 10 Front Squats
1 x 10 Bar Facing Burpees
GHD Sit Ups or Ab Mat Sit Ups L2,3
Kettlebell Swings 2.0/1.5 1.5/1.25 1.25.75
1 Legless Rope Climp or Spanish Wrap Rope Climb in between rounds