When a fitness instructor, private trainer, local gym or national brand wants to attract clients, they often focus on the components of your results; being and becoming a healthier you.
- More energetic
- More muscle
- Less fat
- Feeling better
- Looking better
They don’t promote the things that you will feel while you are getting there…
- Out of shape
- Muscle aches
- Sore arms, legs, shoulders…
- Pain when laughing or breathing (from under-used stomach and sternum muscles)
- Undecided if the pain is worth it…
No, they focus on the things that you will see, feel and experience when you get to the other side – the first list of things that happen that make all of the second list of “feelings” not matter. Becoming a healthier you is a process and you have to start somewhere, or restart after pausing for too long.
~ Dawn aka Hat Girl