Would you ever consider a gym membership’s worth being priceless?
Let’s start here: if we think a thing is worth more than it costs we’ll likely spend money on it. Right?
So how much would you pay to be able to do a Pull-up? How about ten Pull-ups? How much would you pay to run further and faster than you ever did in high school? What would it be worth to lift your bodyweight off the floor and throw it overhead, how about twice your bodyweight?
How much would you pay to live healthier and live longer, or to be able to keep up with your kids when they want you to play tag? How about carry 10 bags of groceries up three flights of stairs without losing your breath?
What would it be worth to be able to get up and walk around, lift things and maybe even run a 5k when you’re 75 years old?
What would you give to be able to do things that you’ve only dreamed of doing, to have a whole new world of possibilities and opportunities open to you?
Have you spent $30 a month, or $1.00 day, on a gym membership doing the same shit over and over again, day in and day out? How did that work out for you?
Here, people spend at the most about $150 a month or $5.00 a day. Each day people come in feeling excited or scared shitless doing something they’ve never done before. And almost each day they walk out feeling like they conquered the world.
In here, we see people do amazing things and break through many personal barriers on a daily basis. Once in a while, we even see a tear of joy.
All for $5.00 a day.
400 meter Run,
12:00 time cap.
Rest as needed then,
As many rounds as possible in 9 minutes of:
135/95lb Power Clean, 3 reps,
1 Rope Climb