Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Daily Thought 2018

Flow to Abundance
Flow science has been one the factors of this accelerated technology environment we live in now. The level of human focus and creativity just keeps leaping forward, and the human race can’t keep up. We take for granted that our smartphones will work even though the technology behind it we have no comprehension of how it works. Flow is the advance of the human brain and how it works, how to get the most out it in our daily lives. How can some people be so wildly successful and other struggle so much? Flow is all about the ability to learn faster, to learn faster than your competitors in sport, or business, or life. Studies show that executives that tap into flow science are five times more effective than their steady state peers. Flow pushes us to our limits, if we can learn faster enough we can accelerate, but there is a risk. Playing with fire means you can get burned. On the other side of Flow techniques are the benefits of hyper focus and hyper creativity that has led to many new innovations. We will have to restructure the way we live to have a society in Flow.

Read more…17 Flow Triggers
“We are the ones we have been waiting for.”  Alice Walker, Pulitzer prizing winning author

Polar Smart Coaching Training Tip: 5 HR Training Zones – Zone 2
Light, 60-70%
Benefits: improves basic endurance and fat burning
Feels like: low muscle load, easy breathing
Recommended for: everybody for longer exercises
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Spartan SGX Training Tip: Workout of the Day (WOD)
Week 7 Day 2 Super WOD: HIIT

Today’s OCR Class WOD

Beachbody Nutrition Tip: “An Eater’s Manual” by Michael Pollan is a great read to help get your nutrition simplified and effective. These are some of the best practices on how eat well. We have made eating well such a complicated effort, this book seeks to simplify your choices and help find a nutrition plan that works for you and produces the results you seek.

Read more…64 Food Rules

“It’s gotten to the point where we don’t see foods anymore but instead look right through them to the nutrients (good and bad) they contain, and of course to the calories—all these invisible qualities in our food that, properly understood, supposedly hold the secret to eating well.” Michael Pollan