Do It Anyway - an inspirational story from Scott H


Photo: Oscar Bravo


Hey Team,


Many of you will recognize the man in the photo above. Scott Harlow has been a member of Vic City since 2014 and is well known for his energy systems and ability to grind through any tough long workout. It wasn't always this way though, and Scott has grown in so many ways over the past 8 years or so. After two runs through both the infamous SealFit Kokoro and the brutal GoRuck Selection, Scott has gone through physical and mental challenges that most of us would certainly back away from.


Scott is on a mission to help others break through plateaus in their lives and to this end, he has written a book about his own journey. "Do It Anyway" is part autobiography and part manifesto about how to move towards a limitless view on life, its possibilities, and your own internal power. You may think you know Scott, but most likely you don't know how he was forged into the individual he is today.


If you're looking for some inspiration to move forwards in your life, and want to check out a roadmap of how to break out of perceived limits, check out "Do It Anyway", it will be well worth your time!


You can grab it directly from Scott's website (scottharlow.ca), chat to him in the gym, pick it up at Bolen books or order it through online retailers like Amazon.





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TRAINING WEDNESDAY THURSDAY



WARM UP: 6 min flow

4 cossack squats per side

6 dowel dislocates

8 jump squats with bodyweight

30 sec front plank



SKILL: Back Squat 5-5-5-3-3


Rest 2:30 between sets.


Conservative first three sets, push the last couple if feeling good



WOD: OPEN 12.3


A classic wod from 2012, this is mostly about pacing the push press and being efficient on the ttb and box jumps. Note that it is a PUSH PRESS and push jerks will not be allowed. Split up your reps so that you don't go to failure on the push press or you'll end up stalling out in the wod!


Complete as many rounds as possible in 18 mins of:

15 Box Jumps, 24/20 in

12 Push Press, 115/75 lbs

9 Toes-to-bars


Note that these are push press, not push jerk!


Scaled: box step ups, bar weight 55/75, 18 hanging knee raise

CP: 3/6 ring MU at the end of each round