I’ll tell you a story—Chris Spealler often talks a little bit about this, he’s in Park City, Utah, a pretty cool little town, but again, one of those scenarios where it’s endurance based and people don’t want to add a lot of weight. Often what he’ll do is he’ll slip weight on the bar without people knowing it and it’s like “Oh my god, Chris, this is so dog gone heavy. I can’t believe you’ve got me lifting all of this weight.” If you’re talking and lifting, it’s probably not all that heavy. So more than anything I would say it comes back to education but Number 2, it’s got to go back to what are you here for? What’s your goal? What’s your result? What are you looking for out of this program? Are you looking for the check in the box ‘Fitness’? If you are, then OK, I get it, maybe we talk offline about your results and be more specific about what you need to do to continue to get results. But more than anything else—when we talk about going to a 5 a.m. and a 6 a.m.—Coach Glassman used to say this quite regularly. He says, “Be more impressed by intensity, not by volume.” So many of our people want to run now to the old volume, volume, volume, and that’s not the secret to the results. The secret to the results is to go faster. That’s the secret—more intensity. We need more intensity. So, if you want to continue to get your results, you want to continue to do whatever it was you did when you came to this facility—if that’s your goal—what I need from you is more intensity. And where that comes is right back to this area right here. Force—maybe adding a little more load. Instead of power cleans we increase the amount of work that’s being done, we go full-blown squat cleans. Or we make them go faster. We lower the time in the amount of work that’s actually given. Student: That’s what Rich Froning does. Rich Froning does? Yes, he also eats peanut butter cookies and milk shakes and all that stuff. He’s an anomaly. And so the last thing I want to end on—I’ll talk to you offline if you can— these guys that are Games athletes are really, really unique. They are very, very small segment of our community. Very small segment. And essentially, if you’re talking about this being an example of our entire community at our box—if that’s your community—the CrossFit Games athlete represents about this much of the pie. It’s a very small percentage. Here’s what having a Games athlete in your gym does for you: It doesn’t bring you, necessarily, more clients. What it does is it provides an experience of expectation in the gym that these things are possible. What that does is is it should increase that intensity level across your entire gym. We’ve said before, “Men will die for points.” They will go in if they’re in the right environment. Having a Games athlete in your box allows the community in and of itself to feel what’s actually up at the ultimate goal. But please, be very careful about taking what you currently have built and trying to focus it all on Games athletes. Remember, most of these guys have different schedules, and different goals for what they’re after. And most of our clients can’t go there because they have other things on their plate and other agendas. Be very, very careful with that.