Have i told anyone i enjoy sleeping in? My son gets up at 5:30 for school in the morning to get ready and most of my time up with him i turn on the news and then sleep on the couch. I try hard to stay up but most of it is half asleep on the couch making sure he gets to bus.
Real short issue I have to get off my chest. First off I think I work pretty hard in the gym. Sometimes I feel like I could be doing more, which is 100% instead of like 80%. Somehow I think it is my surrounding. I believe if you are feel you are working the hardest in the gym then you are at the wrong gym. By now means am I saying this with a big headed attitude. Seriously people are walking on the treadmill or ellipicticals. Using the machine with the lowest weight possible. The guys that should be working out are standing around talking. Oh and everybody has a nagging injury.
Alright, worldly readers: You must take some pictures of yourself to monitor your progress on fitness goals. Why? Because they tell you where you really are right now.
Grab someone to take a load of pictures of you working out. These images are like a mirror in motion and the purpose is not perfection.
Your fitness selfies should tell you:
Good morning! Join us for Pilates on the Beach and Stand up Paddling led by Tyler Lennon of Cove Paddle Fitness, this Saturday (May 31) , 8am, at Escondido Beach by Geoffrey's Malibu. Contact me to reserve your spot. You are also welcome to join me at Malibu Fitness at 9:15 on every Saturday for mat class to set the day off on the right foot!Best,Jennifer
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Never let fear guide your actions. What we are afraid of, we tend to manifest. Be brave, take risks, be confident. Never let the "what ifs" stop you. The only way to accomplish your goals is to commit, give 110% and know that you will get there. Break this negative pattern, take responsability and live the life you always wanted.
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Posted by Tom Brown @ Friday, May 16, 2014 @ 11:05am