Ever get a perfect health score?
Friday’s strength test and core test proved one thing in particular.
A decade worth of hard work, persistence, determination, goal setting, set backs, failures, successes, sweat, pain, motivation, lack of confidence, confusion, stress, progress, injuries, rehab, physical therapy, core workouts, speed work, and endurance work.
Plus, stretching, flexibility training, 5k’s, 10k’s, 400 meters, 800 meters, 1,500 meters, obsession, surrender, thinking, smiling, hoping, visioning, praying, playing, involving family, sacrificing family, nutrition, reading, studying, working full time, volunteering, dreaming, sleeping, lying awake, and probably many more – but I better stop now.
A perfect score! My physical therapist determined my core was a perfect score of 21 out of 21. She used a test used on professional athletes to look for imbalances and weaknesses.
The leg strength test showed my right versus left leg was only 2/10ths of a percent apart.
The staff at Florida Hospital Rehab awarded me the “Most Symmetrical Person” they have ever seen there.
What all of this means is that the efforts have yielded extra-ordinary results.
Life is like that. You reap what you sow.
I’ll try to not forget that simple truth. Even though I’m easily distracted. “Oh look, a bird”!
Make today a day to at least consider your physical health and ask yourself, “Am I investing in my health”? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂