Which of These Scenarios Makes You Feel More Powerful?
Picture these 2 scenarios:
A) How bad do you want it? Push it, push it, PUSH IT!! Pain is weakness leaving the body. Come on, you can't quit until you puke or faint! You can sleep when you're dead. NO EXCUSES.
B) How well did you sleep last night? You got 3 unbroken hours and the rest were up and down, because your daughter had a nightmare? Okay, how about we do a moderate-intensity continuous circuit instead, or would you rather go for a walk? Have you eaten a fruit or vegetable yet today? Would you like me to fill your water bottle for you while you warm up?
Which makes you feel more capable of accomplishing your goals?
Which makes you feel more powerful?
Which makes you feel more nurtured?
Which makes you feel more enthusiastic about moving your body (and missing your latest Netflix series for an hour)?
We've all had the experience of A, whether that's from a well-meaning friend, gym culture, or even ourselves.
Has it worked for you? It does work for some, after all.
Fewer of my clients have had experience B, either with a trainer or with themselves.
But, I've found, that approach is where the magic is.
Adopting a more flexible mindset, allowing for shifts, considering our energy and sleep and the fact that we have options: all of these things aren't particularly sexy advertising, but they're what actually work.
You're a living, breathing person, you know. You deserve compassion. You deserve flexibility. You deserve a fitness routine and a life that works with you and for you.
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