Yesterday I hit the gym at Lakewood Civic Centre. It was a pretty intense workout if I do say so myself. I did nearly an hour of cardio. Did some weights after that. I slept after that. I was wiped. That maybe expected after such an intense workout. It was worth it though. I am not going to the gym everyday. Maybe a few times a week. Don't push it too hard. Just hard enough. I will slowly see some results. It is needed for my health.
A week ago last Monday on January 30th, I was at Lawson Civic Centre as you have read. One thing I seen in the weight/cardio room was a poster that said "sore today, stronger tomorrow." I didn't think about it much. But on this third day, it hit me. It rang true. I am getting stronger. Maybe this is something we should all live by when getting in shape. Thinking back to last winter, spring, and summer; this rang true as well. I was walking a lot last winter. I was up to 12.5 kms. I hope to get back to that or close to it.
More workouts will happen this week. More workouts will take place. Never forgot, "sore today, strong tomorrow." It will help you push forward. It will help you if you have a lack of motivation. I've been there. I've had a lack of motivation a lot in my life. That is slowly changing. I am slowly changing that mindset.
Day three was the hardest of my workouts. I need to push myself. I need to feel the burn. "Sore today, stronger tomorrow." I guess you can say it's becoming more than just a catchphrase. You can say it is becoming a mauntra. Join me on my journey to a new and improved self. Join me on my journey to reclaim my health.