To wholeheartedly focus on the present without fear of reevaluation.
Being an athlete doesn’t stop when you exit the arena, field, or court. Being a competitor is a lifestyle, a lifestyle that Jason Khalipa knows well. All good things in life started with a bit of friendly competition, I mean, look at the game of hide and seek the Greeks played against the Trojans. The keys to winning, in this case the city of Troy, or in Jason’s case the CrossFit Games, fatherhood, and fitness entrepreneurship, is balance and reevaluation. Before entering any competition, an athlete has to evaluate his/her strengths and weaknesses, and devise a plan that capitalizes on these strengths, and eliminates or delegates weaknesses.