There are sure guidelines clung to at Mike's Rec center in Bonsal, CA. Mentor Burgener was constantly inflexible that when you hit a PR you were accomplished for the day on that lift. He completely would not permit his competitors to hit a PR, include weight and go for another record, regardless of how great the lift looked or felt.
There are some great physiological motivations to notice this counsel, however Mentor B's was more mental. Go home upbeat. On the off chance that you put on more weight and miss, regardless of how great you felt about yourself after the PR, you go home contemplating the miss. Burrowing somewhat more profound, consider the theory of probability: that PR most likely went ahead a lift where you set up it all together. Probably your next lift won't be as great at the heavier weight.
A few pulls are flawless, some repulsive, the majority of your pulls are some place in the center, and the odds of two immaculate pulls in succession are negligible. How then do you push your normal force nearer to being much the same as your ideal draw? Limit preparing as portrayed in the CrossFit Level 1 course. For the Grab, Clean, Snap that for the most part happens in the 80-85% territory, possibly singles at 90%ish. Invest the greater part of your energy preparing in these percentile ranges.
In the event that you are taking after Mentor B's modifying, you know you'll get a lot of opportunities to set new PR's soon. Hit your PR, get some high fives, a yell of "Remarkable!" from Mentor B and go home glad!