Shame or not…life is a terminal disease, no one gets out alive.
Red line it.
“A denial of death at any level is a denial of one’s basic nature
and begets an increasingly pervasive restriction of awareness and experience.
The integration of the idea of death saves us; rather than sentence us to existences of terror or bleak pessimism,
it acts as a catalyst to plunge us into more authentic life modes
and it enhances our pleasure in the living of life” (Yalom, Existential Psychotherapy, 1980, p. 32).
6x Deadlift, Sled Push, MB Squat/Throw
(3x heavy DL, light sled; 3x light DL, heavy sled)
6 x 25 sprint; 45 rest