Those of you in the CrossFit world have heard the acronym AMRAP. It stands for As Many Reps As Possible. So, for example in a workout, you could be given 10 minutes to complete as many reps as possible of 10 air squats, 10 double-unders, and 10 push-ups. You set the clock, go, and see how much you can push yourself to get things done.
Today on the podcast, we dive into the AMRAP Mentality by Jason Khalipa by discussing his newly released book, As Many Reps As Possible. Using the framework of an AMRAP, Jason has sought to extract as much as possible from the time he has in each day, and he encourages his readers to do the same.
We discuss the AMRAP framework, specifically covering:
- Discovering and clearly knowing your why
- Focusing only on what you can control
- Working Hard
- Effectively shifting gears
- After action reviews
Join us for the discussion and see how you can apply the AMRAP Mentality in and out of the gym.
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