Dear WODiary

Journaling sounds a little like something a middle school girl would do, but I believe it's just what you need to see your adulthood progress. When I first began my CrossFit journey in August 2011 (yay for my four year anniversary!), it would have been favorable if I had recorded my times, weights, and movements. July 2012 when I moved to Alpharetta, I began my journaling experience, and I have looked back at my successes, goals, failures, and PRs. Not only is it a mental triumph but also physical achievements of which I did not picture myself accomplishing. Start your journaling now. Here are a few apps for WOD tracking just in case you're not into writing it down on paper:

 Coach L keeps her progress moving by keeping track of her workouts.

Coach L keeps her progress moving by keeping track of her workouts.

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Beyond The Whiteboard
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Upon seeing your progress, you can physically and mentally see the moments of greatness and learning from failures. Journaling will become a habit, and it's positive one you will not want to break. It's a game changer! Who doesn't want to make headway?!

Coach L