I could start this with “beach weather is around the corner… Blah blah blah.” No. Strong is not always about your body.
This NOT about looking good in a bathing suit.
This week has been really horrible. Social media always makes it seem like life is sunshine and rosy all the time. That everyone is doing everything and they’ve got their sh%# together and everyone is all smiles.
So not the case. No one wanted to wake up this week, I was a horrible mom and yelled most mornings, no screamed. I got to work stressed out, I missed 70% of my workouts, I picked the kids up late every day, I think they got a bath twice.
My current exercise group had an amazing week though, they felt stronger, more empowered, lost weight, got more done at work, had patience for their families. I just was not my best self.
We made up for it with ice cream Friday and some Saturday workouts.
The eternal debate… Hard or soft ice cream. Hard coffee ice cream is my weakness!
Felt better after sweating on Saturday. Don’t have a weight bench for decline push-ups? Use the stairs!
Anyway, I am reaching out if you want help reclaiming your inner self. I need YOU to keep me accountable. I will be expanding April 4th and participating in #summerstrong with my coach.
I am going to share what I learn with you. I’ll recommend a workout you enjoy (from boot camp, cardio, weights to yoga/Pilates), I’ll provide motivation, support, a meal plan and friendship.
I have high interest already so comment below if you want in. I’m accepting 10 new clients only. We’ll chat and I’ll give more details.
Just visualize yourself 30, 60, 90 days from now. Where do you see yourself? A faster runner? Getting into that yoga headstand, or maybe succeeding at work, or having more patience for your family. Let’s get you there. It’s worked for me every time, now I want to share the feeling with you.
Nutrition, Exercise, Support…Success
Reclaim your strong. Regain your happy.
Last Friday, as my blog post mentioned, I was pretty devastated. It did affect my weekend a bit which I am not proud of. During my workout this morning I had an epiphany, so I am writing this with my heart rate still recovering because we all know, if we don’t write it down immediately, the thought is lost forever.
Basically what I came to was, no matter what happens today I am not going to quit coaching. It has had so many positives in my life. The first is that I have reconnected and met so many amazing people. People doing it all against all odds. People who push through adversity. Everyone has their own story and I have loved learning about each persons life.
Secondly, a huge part of coaching is personal development. If I hadn’t started coaching, I would not have started listening to books in my car. I would have never picked up a success or motivational book and those books have advanced my career and helped my marriage.
Coaching is not about the money. It is about helping others (as well as myself) unleash the strong amazing person that is inside each and every one of us. The only way I can do that is to continue to reach out to more people. This blog, and instagram may become a bigger platform for me. The negativity on facebook is staggering sometimes. It is sad that with such a huge networking platform where we can reach the world people choose to complain about the weather or traffic. There are so many beautiful things we can share.
Plus fitness and nutrition are a passion of mine. It is FUN to see what the human body can do and even more fun to watch someone else realize it when their transformation begins.
Each person is going through something, and I am going to be there if they need a friend.