Crunchies – AMRAP 1:00min
Pushup Divebombers – AMRAP 1:00min
Wall Balls – AMRAP 1:00min
Burpees – AMRAP 1:00min
Box Jumps - AMRAP 1:00min
1 minute rest b/t rounds
Money is a tool that enables us to meet our individual needs. As a form of potential energy that empowers us to generate change, it is neither good nor bad. Yet many people react emotionally to issues concerning finances, unconsciously condemning currency itself, the manner in which money is spent, and people who live lives of financial abundance. Individuals who are rich in gifts such as high intelligence are acknowledged for their positive traits while those who have acquired material riches or aspire to become wealthy are frequently judged harshly. However, wealth is not a trait upon which judgment can be passed. Money tells us nothing about how a person lives, what they believe in, whom they care for, or the scope of their values. Like any blessing, being rich is merely an instrument of purpose that can be used both constructively and destructively.
If you consider you own feelings regarding money and being rich, you may discover that you equate financial prosperity with happiness, power, security, independence, or self-indulgence. Money itself, however, is none of these things. You can begin developing a healthier view of wealth by simply accepting that while some possess great wealth and others do not, we all have the potential to create lives of beauty, substance, and happiness using the resources we have been granted.