Getting Back On Track
First I want to apologize for being MIA. I have been in quite a funk when it comes to my training.
I've been training, but in all honesty it hasn't been something I've wanted to do or really put my heart into it.
I guess you can say I have just been going through the motions with my training.
This happens, even to a fitness professional like myself.
Sometimes your heart and head are just not into it.
And as much as I hate it, I understand that in the end it will make me better.
I'm sure you're asking why/how it will make me better especially since being in a "funk" could lead to undoing all my hard work.
Well in a couple different ways.
- I take this as my body telling me to slow down and take a break from what I am doing at the moment.
- It also tells me that maybe I need to look at new goals. That maybe this goal I am working towards at the moment is not the best one for my body and/or mind. But just because I might stop working towards this goal does not mean I will never go back to it. It just means I am taking a break from it.
- And lastly, I feel this will make me better because I will be learning more about my body. With every goal that I work towards I am always wanting to learn more about my body and how it reacts to different training and/or eating. Because the more I know, the better I can do the next time around.
So with all this being said I have gotten my groove back ;)
I feel that I am out of my funk and ready to really jump back into my training and hit my next goal.
I will be posting progress over the next couple of months, but really I want to go more in depth about what I am doing and why, not necessarily the end result.