We all have standards that we apply all the time. Most are tacit and usually the standard itself is not explicitly discussed just situations or performance versus the standard. He is a lousy driver, she is a great kisser, are examples of comparisons to a tacit standard. However, when we train athletes (or any other persons or professions) we have to be very clear of the expected standards so that when we have an area that deviates from the standard we can mutually agree to where we fell short (i.e. the movement, repetition, or performance) has not met an agreed to standard and we can provide specific meaningful feedback that will enable improved performance in the future.
In CrossFit in general and at CrossFit FerVor, in Mansfield, Texas, we understand the importance of setting, communicating and maintaining clear, specific standards to ensure that we deliver on our promise of the Safest, most Efficient and Effective training possible.
If we allow others (athletes, employees, children) to consistently fail to meet the standard we are by default setting a new lower standard. This is not acceptable. I expect that this commitment to high standards carries over in other areas of life for the members of CrossFit FerVor. That what they will accept from themselves, others and life in general must meet their high standards.
Ensure that your standards and expectations are known, clearly understood by all the affected persons and ensure that you provide feedback when there is a discrepancy between the standard and the results.