We know exercise can have a ripple effect on areas of our lives outside of the gym. These habits like perseverance, accountability, being about to show up, and doing what you said you were going to do, are built right here every day. Fitness aside, folks that come here with low self-esteem, a long string of failure in their lives, or an unhealthy relationship with themselves often turn the tides on their issues with compliance to our program.
I urge you. Don’t get so caught up in the workouts. Trying to figure out which ones are hard and which one’s are better for you is wasted effort. Forget about how sore you are or if anyone would judge if you didn’t show. It’s not rocket science. Don’t think. Show up.
Reversing low self-esteem coincides with accomplishments as small as getting up early and executing a plan, no matter what that plan is. Showing up to the class you’re signed up for develops this very characteristic. Even the longest string of failure in work life or personal life can be remedied with the small victories in a gym routine. I challenge you to entrust the process. Look up in a year and you realize you’ve become something you didn’t have the creativity to image twelve months prior. And lastly, a positive relationship with yourself comes from nurturing and spending time on yourself. Come to class because you’ve got a duty to be better than you were yesterday.
Complete 3 rounds for time of:
15 Burpees to Plate
5 Shoulder to Overhead (~70%)
-Rest 5 min-
**Time Cap: 25 minutes