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  1. SEAL grinder PT – Dan Reed
    January 28, 2011 @ 9:16 pm

    […] roll up then roll down. Work 3 times a week and stretch wrist before and after. Read this article: http://sealgrinderpt.com/crossfittraining/mental-conditioning-in-crossfit.html/ Share and […]

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  2. SEAL grinder PT – John Righeimer
    January 28, 2011 @ 9:27 pm

    […] roll up then roll down. Work 3 times a week and stretch wrist before and after. Read this article: http://sealgrinderpt.com/crossfittraining/mental-conditioning-in-crossfit.html/ SGPT Evaluation————– Age: […]

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  3. SEAL grinder PT – Billy Mellon
    January 28, 2011 @ 9:38 pm

    […] 2 min drill max pushups = x reps (record reps) Do twice this week and report reps For Kokoro/Immersion Camp  – Do twice a week -plank 2 x 1 minute (this may be easy for you now – but will increase over the weeks).  Let me know how easy it is for you.  If easy add time and let me know your time. Work on grip strength with wrist roller (will help with pull-ups). Use PVC pipe or wooden dowel with string w/ milk jug fill half way with water. Hold arms straight out and roll up then roll down. Work 3 times a week and stretch wrist before and after. Read this article: http://sealgrinderpt.com/crossfittraining/mental-conditioning-in-crossfit.html/ […]

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  4. Mrzhutch
    February 9, 2011 @ 7:18 pm

    “I am a winner. I am a warrior. I finish strong. Stronger, better, faster. ” I like those affirmations, do you have anymore?

    I love the power of the mind; we do not realize how powerful we really are. I enjoy reading articles like this because it reminds us or educates people to know that we are not these weaklings that just take what life gives us. We can accomplish just about anything and push our bodies to the limit.

    Thanks for the inspiration and I will be use those affirmations when I am preparing my tough workouts.

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  5. Chris Schneider – Rogue Fitness Products
    May 25, 2011 @ 9:32 am

    […] SGPT article – Mental Conditioning in CrossFit […]

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  6. Mental Conditioning Tips for CrossFit « PerformanceVertical Perspectives
    February 21, 2012 @ 2:12 pm

    […] community have embraced this idea as a method to boost one’s own abilities.  Greg A…Via sealgrinderpt.com Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

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  7. Jay
    December 15, 2016 @ 3:07 pm

    Brad – How can you differentiate between a dream, something you really want, and a fantasy, something you simply like the idea of but will quit when the going gets tough? This article may have helped answer that question, but wanted to here your thoughts. Thanks in advance.

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    • Brad
      December 16, 2016 @ 12:13 pm

      A fantasy would be flying in the sky and not based in any form of reality. I would ask yourself what is it that you are passionate about and what you have a somewhat realistic chance of doing. I would sit in a quiet place and ask yourself this and take notes. For me – becoming a SEAL was out the outer edge of possibility – but I made it possible as I uncovered my “why” which propelled me to success.

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