I’m guessing this letter has been a long time coming. Anyways, as of lately I just wanted to write to you, so I’ve got something to come back to when things get topsy turvy.
I’ve got to say you put up with a lot- the amount of BodyStep and BodyAttack classes, all those weight lifting session, HIIT workouts and CXWORX- no wonder you regularly ache and require a decent amount of fuel. You continually make me stronger and fitter.
sweaty post HIIT mess
In a way I’m really glad you rebelled with the binges, so I was to open my eyes to just how little I fed you.
No more, now I have this amazing Banana Bread [make me!]
I’m glad you enjoy the foam rolling and stretching..and I’m sorry I don’t do it quite enough.
Thanks for rocking a flat stomach after a huge breakfast of 3 eggs and 3 pieces of toast…
…but then again I also DO forgive you for not looking your best 24/7…even if I wish you really would
I guess it’s my fault that I sometimes don’t see the beautiful parts of you and only focus on those negatives. It seems that my tunnel vision can really exaggerate and mess things up.
I’ll be honest though, I’m not 100% happy with you…but I’ll get there. One day I’ll learn to love you, just the way you are (just like you love me).
What would you write in a letter to your body?
Ouch that workout hurt. Given it was a 5:45am class but gosh I haven’t felt that ‘slow’ in ages. Maybe it’s a combination of lack of sleep, sore body and less than stellar mood/thoughts lately- I mean I am having a supposed identity crisis.
Atleast it’s done and I guess I’m ready to tackle the rest of my day. I’ve got another BodyStep class this morning and tonight. I’m planning to grocery shop after the first class and get my hair done later on! Busy Busy
Also guess who is now officially a PT. ME!
Obviously, there’s not random white squares on it- that’s just my personal deets.
So who wants to be trained? We also did flyers and bought the cutest purple transparent card holders! I’m so excited to get clients but in the same way SO nervous. But I’m sure the nerves will subside after I get into it.
I’m also a tad worried that I’ll have clients who will under eat and continue to do so regardless of my advice- I guess I don’t want it to be triggering. But then again, it’s not about me is it? Then there’s also the thoughts that maybe the clients won’t like what I’ve planned for them? Maybe I’ll be no good?
But hay, that’s just me being a pessimist haha- I really need to try thinking positive sometime. Anyways I’m off to chill, eat brekky and get in some much needed foam rolling (which will probably last a mere 30 seconds) before tackling my day.
- When was your last randomly tough workout?