It refers to having an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when studying a subject, even when studying at an advanced level, just as a beginner would. The term is especially used in the study of Zen Buddhism and Japanese martial arts.
Today 14 PAX committed themselves to approaching the workout with a beginners minds. With a focus on form, slow movements, and finishing together, we set out.
LBAC x 12 / rev
Slow squats x 10 w Arm stretches.
10 Slow Merkins
MtN climbers x 15
50 – Burpees
100 – One legged merkins – switch legs each turn
150 – OH press
200 – Tri’s / Bi’s
250 – Alternating rows
MOT – Backward Run, Forward Run & Side step
In between rounds Nightshift reminded us about the benefits of dynamic stretching., and so we did in between sets.
Sta 1 – Bear crawl
Sta 2 – Farmers carry w blocks back and forth
Sta 3 – High knees
Sta 4 – Run
Sta 5 – Gaga pit – Side jump in, side jump out
COT – Dad’s camp this weekend, Cherry Baked 1 yr Triple Play Q. Assisi – long time friend of many in F3, started Vortex, he’s a professor and moving to London to start the next chapter. He named Yurt!
Moleskin – The beginner’s mind is powerful. Use it in your interactions today and see what it unlocks. AYE!