So, I had another fitness epiphany the other day.
Sat down and typed out three solid, single-spaced pages about it. (I'll spare you the details.)
You see... I've been troubled by something...
Yes, I've been going to the gym regularly. Yes, I am less intimidated now. You could even say I like it. (I can hear Z. shrieking as I write that...)
But I've been asking myself, "How do I know this is a lifestyle change and not just some fad?" It just didn't feel like part of my lifestyle. (I'm sure Trainer would be happy to see I can "feel" things... though in this case, once again, I was perturbed precisely by what I was not feeling...)
Then I clued in.
In order for it to be part of my lifestyle, fitness and exercise must be connected… fundamentally and profoundly intertwined with… one's values and what’s important to a person as a human being. If not, it won’t work… not long term.
At least, that was my theory.
Finally, the light bulb went off in my head… and I saw the connection. I felt like a fairly major piece clicked into place and suddenly, it all made sense.
I suppose you’re all wondering what it is, eh?
Well, maybe I’ll post about that next time…
For now... any guesses?!