People like to paint rosy pictures for social media, but excuse me while I get real for a second. 4:75 - What does that number mean to you? If you look at it as a win-loss ratio, you'd be sitting at 5% (borderline epic failure). What does it mean to me? It's the number of games Keylen's dad has been able to be at since Key started sports 3 years ago. 4... out of 75.
So you’ve decided to put your fitness front and center this year, or at least, you feel coerced into doing so after seeing Target stock it’s entire women’s department with swim suits. It’s only March! Can’t we get through Easter candy season first? So now comes the hard part, actually following through. For those who are new to the gym-scene, your first days, weeks…even month, can be totally overwhelming. This is where a personal trainer comes in.
There is so much focus this time of year on setting new goals and on making resolutions. And while I love the “new year, new me” perspective, there are some important pre-requisites that so many of us are forgetting. Setting any goal, no matter the size, requires thought, planning and a way to measure your progress. But, prior to those steps, you must also be in the proper mental state to set and actually carry-out your goal.
I want to have it all. I want to water my grass so it’s greener than everyone else’s. I want to be so busy watering my own grass and sculpting it into the perfect little manicured paradise, that I literally have no time to worry about my neighbor’s grass. And even if I did have time, I wouldn’t nitpick them for the angle at which they mow their yard , or stress that their green is prettier than my green. No, no, no. There is no time for that nonsense!