I saw ANOTHER ad for a piece of equipment that is all you are supposed to be all you need (false) and promoted it so that you could work out your terms.
The idea is that as long as you pick a workout that you like at a time you like, and it tells you what to do.
And since you are moving, sweating, finishing, and something (not a person) is telling you what to do, you view it as a success.
Well, if that is your only measurement of success, CONGRATS. There are tons of people out there for this is all they desire. From a physiological viewpoint, it definitely isn’t, but everybody has a goal whether they consciously choose it or not.
But what if you are using exercise to accomplish a goal you want? Doesn’t it make sense that you develop a plan?
👉🏽 Didn’t you have a plan to get your degree You didn’t just take whatever classes sounded fun?
👉🏽 Didn’t you have a plan that brought you to where you wanted in your career? You didn’t just jump from job to job hoping that it would achieve your career goals.
👉🏽 If you have kids, didn’t you choose a partner and plan to have kids? Not just randomly using the Nick Cannon philosophy. Ok, that one is a joke 😝
To feel fulfilled and accomplished and come into a greater place than you have ever imagined, you must take deliberate steps toward it.
And doing different activities, aka cross-training, is not a full holistic program. 100% of the time, you will have to do confusing and uncomfortable activities.
If you have a specific goal, random acts of movement will not get you there.
Have you been caught up in this vicious circle?
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