TubClub⁹ : g.r.o.w.


Getting Rid Of Weakness

life is a journey of growth and self-improvement. to progress and reach our full potential, we must be willing to face our weaknesses head-on. embracing the idea of G.R.O.W. – GETTING RID OF WEAKNESS – can be a guiding principle for our personal development. by intermixing the powerful practices of breathwork and cold exposure, we can fortify our resolve and overcome the obstacles that stand in our way.

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G.R.O.W. is a mindset that reminds us that growth isn’t easy; it requires effort and a willingness to confront our weaknesses. self-reflection is the first step, as we identify areas where we can improve. but recognizing weaknesses alone is not enough; we must take proactive steps to eliminate them and forge a path towards progress.

breathwork serves as a foundational tool in our journey of G.R.O.W. engaging in specific breathwork techniques can help us manage stress and anxiety, allowing us to approach challenges with clarity and composure. as we practice breathwork, our focus and emotional regulation improve, providing a solid mental groundwork for tackling our weaknesses.

just like personal growth, cold exposure can be uncomfortable. the deliberate act of subjecting ourselves to cold temperatures challenges us physically and mentally. this discomfort becomes an opportunity for growth as we build resilience and mental toughness. enduring the cold requires willpower and discipline, which are essential qualities in our quest to get rid of weaknesses.

by incorporating breathwork and cold exposure into the G.R.O.W. mindset, we lay a strong foundation for strengthening our resolve and overcoming weaknesses. the emotional regulation from breathwork complements the mental toughness developed through cold exposure. together, they empower us to face our weaknesses head-on, turning discomfort into growth opportunities.

let’s thrive and become the best versions of ourselves. let’s embrace the discomfort of growth, for it is in these moments that we truly discover our strength and unlock our full potential. remember, growth is not easy, but with the proper tools and mindset, we can enhance stress adaptation, ensuring we stay composed even in challenging situations. the mindfulness cultivated keeps us present and aware of our body’s response, deepening our mind-body connection.


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  • towel
  • swimsuit
  • water bottle
  • yoga mat (optional)
  • change of dry clothes
  • no smoking. we are a clean air space, which means keep that dirty smoke out of here
  • street parking available (park wherever you’d like)
  • throw all trash away (recipticle on sidewalk)
  • noise down at 9pm. quiet time at 10pm.
  • dogs are welcome (must remain on a leash)
  • games are permitted (frisbee, soccer, football, etc.)
  • ONLY TubClub™️ team members can mess with the fire (starting + extinguishing and/or adding logs to the fire)
  • towels and bags can be hung on the fence
  • TubClub™️ is not responsible for left, lost or stolen items
  • HAVE FUN! ☺️

Event Details

Date: August 23, 2023

Start time: 06:30 p.m. EDT

End time: 09:00 p.m. EDT

Venue: Brady Memorial Home, 1151 South Side Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212

Coordinates: 40.4698674,-79.9948209

Directions: Located in Spring Hill, Pittsburgh. Parking is available on Romanhoff Street.

Email: info@pittsburghtub.club