Whether you are working out currently or haven't been to a gym in years, finding your spark can be a challenge.
We can be rolling. Doing the right stuff, and then suddenly, we're bored and falling off the wagon.
We also have an amazing way of forgetting that our health actually matters. I've seen clients have amazing success, only to forget why they did the work, convince themselves it doesn't matter, and then stop.
Finding your fitness spark is something that will get you off the couch and get started. It's also something you have to keep returning to if you want to maintain your health for years to come!
We'll tell you how in today's Podcast...
When we speak about our health, we often think we're speaking truths! "I'm too old to lift weights." "I can't lose weight, my metabolism is crap!" "I have bad knees, so it's not safe to do squats."
It turns out, we're not telling black and white truth. We're sharing our interpretations and stories. Naturally, we're always telling stories/interpretations on our life. But when those stories are disempowering, they become a problem. They actually get in the way of healing or taking action.
Today, Abby and David discuss Story vs. Phenomenon...how to tell the difference, and how to write stories that serve!
Today's Podcast is all about taking chances, putting yourself out there, and using fitness as a conduit for change. We often sit back and let life happen to us. Or we have disempowering stories that hold us back from being our best self.
Today, we share some of our favorite client stories that show how fitness has empowered women to take on new passions in their lives. Some of them came to us with a big goal- looking to build strength so she could do home projects or travel alone- and others who came to kettlebells and then used that new-found strength to launch new business ideas.
David celebrates his 20 year anniversary of hiking the whole Appalachian Trail by reliving his journey on this podcast!
In a pinch, we all know WHAT to do to burn fat, get stronger and get in shape. So why don't we just do it? Because changing our habits is hard. Having a group that is ALREADY doing and accomplishing what you want will give you more power!