Remember the movie “Groundhog Day” with Bill Murray repeating the same day repeatedly?
He was stuck in history’s most cosmic severe – and comic – rut.
The film became a classic because we can all relate to that feeling of sluggishly going through the motions… repeating the same tasks… encountering the same people… with no break in sight.
If you relate or don’t find the meaning in anything anymore and feel like you’re just spinning your wheels, you might be in a rut.
It’s no fun – I know.
Getting yourself moving is the most essential thing you need to do, and you accomplished this. But that shouldn’t be where you stay.
Exercises and routines are not interchangeable; each one has a specific education that it gives you.
Sticking with the “just move and have fun” philosophy will leave you bored, confused, stagnated, out of balance, and potentially injured.
If you have a goal of a body that can keep up with the life you want to live, then here’s how to snap out of it.
👉🏽 Identify how it is you want to live your life and the activities you want to be able to perform. This will allow you to reverse engineer how you arrange your program.
👉🏽 Assess yourself! Your posture, movements, mobility, and potential pains., If you pay attention, your body communicates what’s working and what’s not.
👉🏽 Assess why you are doing the workouts you are doing. Is it a habit? Did somebody or some article tells you it was good for “x,” and you decided to add it to your routine? That is reactive.
👉🏽 Understand that any activities you do, unless designed not to, damage your body. Continuing these activities without consideration will lead you down the wrong road.
👉🏽 Your program should be a dynamic puzzle where all the pieces fit together. Not just throwing exercises and routines in like spaghetti on the wall, hoping it sticks.
👉🏽 Understand that your body brings you so much joy, and all that it asks is that you love it back
You must take the next steps once you have been working out for a while. Once you do, a whole new world opens up for your body and you.
That’s what I teach my members in our 13-week personalized online program. If you are starting to know you need more or are at the breaking point and need to know more, then put a 👍🏽 in the comments for a complimentary consultation.
We’ll talk about what you are doing, have done, and where you want to go. I’ll help you understand the best way to go, and if you are a good fit, I’ll let you know how you can join the program.
It’s your body and your life. Be conscious about what you are doing with it.
It’s not just working out, it’s building a foundation for a better life.
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