Get Out Of My LifePosted: October 22, 2012 Filed under: Random Workout | Tags: art, blogging, Cats, crossfit, exercise, fitness, gluten free, happiness, health, hipster, intensity, life, love, lululemon, marathon, motivation, paleo, perspective, pilates, running, star wars, trail running, walking, whole foods, WOD, yoga 12 Comments
Over the years, injury after injury. One hardship after another … Healing and building strength slowly yet again We learn something rather important about ourselves: What others think about you doesn’t matter.
Take a moment today to ask one of your friends who has ever obsessed over wanting to lose just ten more pesky pounds. You could also ask them about the time they were trying to lose that little bit of extra “stuff” around their waist. When loosing just ten more pounds is all that we focus on … Those pounds and extra “stuff” become larger and more profound daily until they fill every nook and cranny in our minds. We do this over and over again until we are convinced that it’s all anyone else can see when they look our way.
“HEY, You look rather stunning today!“ Oh God he thinks I’m an over weight troll, he thinks I’m FAT!?!
There are reoccurring themes and strong undercurrents around these parts, messages that are told and re-told quite often. One of which is making an honest (<—Key Word) effort to stay positive and making healthy choices daily. The way you present yourself deep inside has a ripple effect on those around you …
“Good morning dear, Are those new jeans? You really look great in them!“
Be happy with yourself (take that anyway you like)!
We will be featuring some pretty sweet art by Mike Stimpson all week. Check his work out, it’s awesome!
Limber up and please remove your tired old shoes, you won’t need them today.
1 One-legged Squat, Right Foot
1 One-legged Squat, Left Foot
1 Perfect Pull Up
Set aside 30 minutes of your precious time and start rolling through this series, this is not AMRAP in 30 minutes peeps! By the time you get to your tenth set you should find yourself moving through this program effortlessly …
Have a great one today peeps … ENJOY!!!
Love it 🙂
Nice simple message to start the week off right. 😉
Reblogged this on Smiley's Healthy Way of Life.
It’s been a while since I’ve done something for the first time – i.e. in my monthly goals I have a goal of finding a new interest. It’s something that obviously has to come naturally to my mind, not planned. Now that I’m almost 100% recuperated from doing the test for both history courses, I can learn how to use Illustrator, MS Windows Movie Maker, and writing fiction.
The thing about me being fat – a guy who liked me for me (and not my looks) never cared about when I was fat or had long or short hair – or wore whatever.
Yeah I know…I need to stop being a people pleaser and do what’s in my best interest and only care about what I think about myself.
I know I’m not a jerk so I have no worries that I’ll talk and treat others awfully.
Of course…there is that communication style – different from one person to the next.
Thanks for this post…it almost feels like you have read my recent post and instead of responding to it on my page, you have added it as a post on yours. Either way is great! I like to be able to contribute my thoughts on your pages.
You are such an amazing and empowering woman, thank you for your continued support. I like to think that there is a sense of community over here, where we are free to share our thoughts and be who we truly are. Take care once again and be well!!! 🙂
great messages today, thank you. It is always great to log on and read something that makes sense and that can be reflected upon and hopefully applied to make life that little bit better. Love the workout too! 🙂
It’s all about the tiny little baby steps in life, one after another.
Let me know how this program worked out for you! 30 is a really good number to shoot for, one set a minute pace … Pace. 😉
I think I’ll try this out!!! We all need to be a little kinder to ourselves…Thankyou.
Hey, no problem! The little changes we make in life add up over time. 🙂
Great advice! Thanks.
I’m really glad you liked this post, thank you!