FRI: Starting Is NOT The Hard Part
We’ve got it wrong as an industry, starting is not the hard part. Anyone can start anything, as people often do across many interests. In the fitness world we often sell that all you need to do is take that first step. While true, that first step is the easiest part of the journey.
Anyone can plan to go for a five mile run, but what do you do at mile three?
Anyone can plan to go to the gym four days a week, but what do you do at number two?
Anyone can plan to commit to twelve weeks of healthy eating, but what do you do at week seven?
Today’s society is producing shorter relationships, job tenure, attention span, living residences, conversations, and everything in between. Starting is incredibly easy. It’s finishing that requires guts.
If something means something to you, see it through. Through the good, the bad, the plateaus. What you perceive as a lock of progress is really just part of the natural ebb and flow.
Anyone can start something. Few people have the fortitude to see it through to achievement.
First. For Muscle.
5/s Forward Lunges
10 Seal Rows
*Work for 18’*
Then. For Conditioning
5/s Glute Complex
10 Ring Rows
12 DB Suitcase Squats
10 Piston Bent Over Row
10 Russian Twists