Don’t go to the gym.
Had a great hour and a half with our son yesterday after school. We had ice cream, played catch, rode our bikes and blogged.
Could have gone to the gym, but chose differently instead. Ultimately, a balance is required. Working out is challenging. Finding time and energy is hard. Finding excuses is easy.
Having very high health goals makes finding motivation easier. But it is still a challenge to figure out how to achieve those goals.
Because it is so challenging, most people are tempted to give up on their big health goals. Don’t do it.
Lane 8, you need to stay focused. You have to. You need to. This is the arguement that goes on, constantly, in my head.
Lane 8, you have to. No, Lane 8, you need to. It’s like this vicious circle that can’t be broken.
You know what would be the easy thing to do? Just drop it. Just walk away. Simply move on to some other thing that would be infinitely easier, way more fun, and probably take less time too.
The reality? There is not quitting. Ever. Period. End of story. Get a grip. The list of phrases that speak to me is endless.
Just last Thursday I was reminded of exactly why I can never quit. A high cholesterol report.