What if you put your head down and committed to completing 365 workouts?
We’re not talking about 365 workouts in a row (let’s be honest - rest days are important). But what if you accomplished it in 18 months? 2 years?
What if you completed simple workouts 4 days a week, no matter where you are in the world, no matter how unruly the kids are some days, no matter what chaos is taking place outside your doors?
Because I committed to creating the environment to support my habits over the last 5 years, COVID didn’t throw me off track to accomplishing my goals. Regardless of the gyms being shut down I still had the environment and resources I needed. I just needed to channel my discipline in order to seize the opportunity to get it done.
Have you ever noticed that when certain factors change - such as the season transitioning from Fall to Winter, or when you’re having a bad day and feeling down - you start to crave more carbs, sugars, and higher calorie foods?
Interestingly enough, there are a few reasons for this.
Intensity has its place in fitness but it is absolutely useless if you don’t first build a foundation of consistency. If you haven’t yet developed the foundation of unwavering consistency, it’s time to put everything else to the side and build that foundation first.
To the outside world, the transition from pregnancy to birth seems to be a seamless one and we watch women “bounce back” to their normal lives. The truth is, this isn’t even close to what’s taking place for a mother who just gave birth, but the majority of us have no idea because we weren’t taught about the process and we don’t talk about it openly.