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What you need:

  • Broom stick
  • 2 cans
  • Optional weights


10 → 1 of the following:

  • Bridging
  • SLR B
  • Deadbug


  • PVC Uex mobility


30” Work / 10” rest

Rolled Towel

  • SLS Flex kick R&L
  • SLS Abd kick R&L
  • SLS Ext kick R&L
  • SLS uex cone reach


  • Canned Shoulder
  • Stability Series


There was a time when I thought peace was a destination, in much the same way I imagined I’d eventually arrive at happiness or success.
It seemed like something I needed to chase or find—definitely not something I could experience without dramatically changing my life.
I needed to work less, relax more, and generally revamp my circumstances and relationships in order to be a peaceful person.
Despite seeing peace as an endpoint, I also saw it as something passive; after all, that’s why I was so stressed: I had so much to do.
I’ve since realized that peace is always available, and like any desirable state of mind, it requires effort, even if that effort entails consciously choosing to be still.
Sure, our circumstances affect our mental state, but they don’t have to control them, not if we make tiny choices for our well-being.
Admittedly, it’s not easy to choose peace when we’re going through tough times. I still go through periods when I get caught up in worries and stresses, and it can feel like that’s the only available response to things that have happened.
But it’s not. There are countless things we can do to create peace of mind, both in response to events in our lives, and proactively everyday.