amrap mentality

/am·rap men·tal·i·ty/ 

noun

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 in which Jason Khalipa knows well. He has been a champion in the fitness world and works hard every day to be a champion in all other aspects of life. For Jason, the keys to winning the CrossFit Games, fatherhood, and fitness entrepreneurship, is balance and re-evaluation. 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.