The funniest thing happened today. I taught a body sculpt class and stayed after to talk with the front desk extraordinaire.
We were chatting about what we did in our lives beyond the studio.
I told her how I teach at a few different places, own a health coaching biz and speak at schools and gyms.
Before I could take a breath (apparently I was really excited to talk to her), I admitted that I probably wouldn't work out if I didn't teach the class.
In my head: "Am I supposed to say that?"
That's when I decided that 3 months ago, I would've never said that. But since foot surgery, I haven't been able to push myself to work out on my own, except for a few walks around the hood. I know it has to do with the pain and feeling like, the more I do, the more it hurts.
After I realized that a doctor doesn't normally diagnose himself until he's submitted blood tests and conferred with other doctors, a hair stylist does not normally do her own hair and a teacher didn't teach herself how to be a teacher, I've made the choice to HIRE A TRAINER.
I've never had one. I'm intimidated. Excited. Nervous. All of those great up and down emotions.
I've been a yoga, barre, body sculpt, senior fitness and kid's yoga teacher, but the weights and the gym atmosphere make me feel like a kid on the first day of school.
What do you do when your motivation lacks? Do you talk yourself out of it? Stay stuck in it or do you do something about it?
It's cool to chill for a few weeks, (in my case months) and convince yourself that your body NEEDS this lazy break. OR, we can share the misery of getting into really good shape again + kick some ass together.
Give yourself permission to reach out for help. No more circling thoughts.
Fearful to Fit
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