Originally Posted by Toby Griffin
I train because I want to be better than everyone else. I hate when people say, "yeah back in high school," or "back about five years ago I could..." I hate when people talk about how great they USE TO BE. You see them now and they can't even run a mile or do 20 pushups. I train because I want to be great for as long as I can and not be the one to say, "I use to..."
That's so funny. I always said that as motivation to work harder, but after a year of CF, it can only serve as a motivator for a couple areas: bench press and distance running and cycling.