You Spurn My Natural Emotions

Illustrious the motion in all beings, even the tiniest insect-

Continued from yesterdays little chat …

How many of us have let the moment pass?  Failed in the moment to address a problem or correct a mistake on the spot?  Maybe some d-bag cut ahead of you at the market.  What about that time we overheard a nasty comment to another?  Better yet, in the gym we keep telling ourselves to focus on proper form and movements although we never do.

To be fully present, we need not dwell on or waste time with our worries festering in our minds, our minds stuck in inaction … Could have, Should have, Would have peeps?!?

No one knows what will happen next,
Such portents fill the days and nights;
Years prophetical! The space ahead as I
walk, as I vainly try to pierce it, is
full of phantoms, Unborn deeds, things
soon to be, project their shapes around
me, This incredible rush and heat, this
strange ecstatic fever of dreams …
The unperform’d, more gigantic than ever,
advance, advance upon me.


The Plan-

The Workout-

Hill Sprints, Yeah Hill Sprints!

Set 15-20 minutes aside to thoroughly Warm Up.  Happy Hips and maybe, just maybe our Workout from yesterday.

Not For Time:

25-30 Hill Sprints (90-95% Max Effort)

1-5 Warm Up, 6-10 Snappy – Dynamic (Listen to your body here), 11-15 Push, 16-20 Break through your comfort zone, 20-30 Snappy – Dynamic ( Run ’em out)


A tad deep today, for a reason … Who strips away the layers and finds the true meaning?  ENJOY!!!

23 Comments on “You Spurn My Natural Emotions”

  1. urbanbeings says:

    oof! hill sprints, serious business! love the track 🙂

  2. garagegym107 says:

    Lot of meaning here. Great post. Great song.

  3. The mind stuck in inaction… That’s a great way to put it! It is hard to trigger back in active mode when the mind starts do dwell on those things. Great post!

    • CultFit says:

      Thanks! I’m very easily distracted. Maybe it’s the AADD, blonde hair, being a guy …The longer we dwell on things. We lose focus of the present, the now. Rest assured I’ll be reminding myself this for the rest of the day. 😉

  4. Jill says:

    Does anyone else think “Walter White” when you see “W.W.” after a Walt Whitman quote?

  5. YES..! Lots in this post… Great POSTS…

  6. ctkwingchun says:

    Hill sprints and all sprints in general is how I get down. Holla.

  7. bgddyjim says:

    Where’s that diamond shop?!!! WooHoo!

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