You can’t control your genes (well maybe you can soon) and you can’t alter your physical traits (well you can) but you can control how to use what you have and what you were born with. Being healthy, hygienic and a better human is a combination of several different factors all at work with or against each other.
The hardest part of getting started is often just starting. I was stuck without a clear ‘do this’ or ‘eat that’ namely because there is so much out there. And then I found Raphael.
Looking back on a few mere weeks ago, progress become a beautiful thing to watch. Just going for a basic run every day makes me feel better, clears my mind. Comparing myself now with the guy who started running at .5miles per hour makes me feel accomplished.
If you’ve been following this blog, you know a bit about the journey from absolutely Zero exercise to becoming the best a person can be. And through this journey, I’ve used something I call the Baby Steps method – small, barely noticeable changes you can maintain and grow upon. Today, I’m delving into a world I used to know quite a bit, but I’m putting all my knowledge on the shelf and learning from the beginning: I’m taking on weight lifting.
Its another late Wednesday night. Remember, the hardest step is always the first one out the door.