Love/Hate

Sometimes I love myself and my life. Other times I hate myself and my life.

I’m not sure if these feelings are normal, but they’re normal for me.

If you’ve ever felt like this, you’re not alone.

Remember, none of us are perfect and nobody’s life is perfect.

We all have strengths and weaknesses, experience highs and lows, and go through good times and bad.

May the love for yourself outweigh the hate. May the love for yourself prevail.

May the Love Trump the Hate

Sometimes I love myself and my life. Other times I hate myself and my life.

I’m not sure if these feelings are normal, but they’re normal for me.

If you’ve ever felt like this, you’re not alone.

Remember, none of us are perfect and nobody’s life is perfect.

We all have strengths and weaknesses, experience highs and lows, and go through good times and bad.

May the love for yourself outweigh the hate. May the love for yourself prevail.

Uncomfortable

When we get uncomfortable, we seek comfort.

It’s an automatic response. We want to feel comfy and cozy inside.

What if we embraced the discomfort?

Could it make the situation less scary? What could we learn? What could the experience teach us? Could it change us and our perspective? What good could come out of it?

Strong Body and Runner

I’m a runner. I’ve been running for 15+ years.

I neglected strengthening some of my muscles during a chunk of that time. I hade muscular imbalances and weaknesses that I didn’t work to correct.

I didn’t realize it how important it was to have a strong core and foundation.

I’ve made it a priority to strength train regularly and consistently.

Here are the benefits I’ve experienced:

1. I’m stronger.

2. I move better.

3. I’m more confident.

4. I’m a more balanced, well-rounded athlete.

5. My core is stronger and more stable.

6. My muscles are in balance.

7. I’m less injury prone.

8. I’m a stronger runner and endurance athlete.

9. I can perform a wide-range of exercises without thinking twice.

10. I can now do lunges without losing my balance and my legs wobbling.

I feel so much better about my body – not necessarily how I look but how I feel.

If you want to feel better about yourself, I highly recommend building a strong body and getting fit.

As you get stronger and your fitness level increases, your confidence will skyrocket.

I no longer want to be a runner. I want to be a strong runner.