Being able to knock out a short METCON is great. You get your name on the whiteboard and you feel good. However, when you’re a tactical athlete you’re expected to perform even when you’re in a depleted state. Sometimes you have a long mountainous movement and then find yourself in a fight. Though you moved a long distance under load you now need to switch fuels and conduct short bursts of speed as you bound. You might find yourself climbing or fighting for a time and then you need to ruck back out. Are you prepared to do that?
Take a personal inventory and do some analysis. Are you showing up prepared to fight or are you showing up prepared for a short fight but not ready in case it became a drawn out situation?
Over the next couple weeks you’re going to see some good posts (Link in bio) and workouts that will help prepare you to show up prepared to fight.