I’m not sure about you but I am patiently (not really patiently) waiting for it to begin to warm up! I am so sick of all of the snow recently.
I have been focusing on doing what truly makes me happy unconditionally and without the need of approval from others. I am here to tell you it is MORE than alright to step out of your comfort zone and start something you have always wanted to start. It is never too late.
It makes me angry how society seems to focus on what everyone else is doing or the current “trends.” I often find that people try to keep up with the latest trends or what they think is quote on quote “cool.” But really, if you aren’t happy doing what you think is “cool” and you’re not pleased with your life, then why do you keep doing it?
Stop pleasing others and start pleasing yourself. The people that truly care about you will appreciate the real and raw you.
I recently read a quote from an account that I follow on Instagram (go check out Julie Ledbetter). She stated, “Until you make peace with WHO you are, you will never be content with WHAT you have. QUIT trying to accumulate externally, the magic truly happens when you start investing inward.” That is one of the most powerful quotes that I have read and it is so true.
I challenge you to stop primarily focusing on the external and start investing inward. Make peace with who you are. At the point that you begin to do that, you will find unconditional happiness for yourself and your goals.
Balance Sweat & Cheers – Full Body Crusher
This workout is 20 minutes long. It is formatted in a tabata workout format in which you perform each movement for 20 seconds, followed by a 10 second break. As always, add weight to the movements with an asterisk.
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Disclaimer: I am NOT a certified personal trainer. Always check with your doctor before starting a new fitness routine. ALWAYS listen to your body.