I’ve worked out all month long and I feel….Great!
I feel lighter, leaner and stronger from my head to my feet.
Consistency is key so what have I done differently to creative new habits:
1. Set a goal to achieve.
- My goal for working out it to build my core strength for pole fitness. Pole Con is May 31! I must be able to climb 12ft poles and preform lots of tricks. I use to teach 4 years ago but moving and having a baby took me away from my passion. But this year I’m back!
2. Found a workout I love.
- My goal is pole but I know I need to build strength. Popilates has been it. It’s upbeat, fun and very challenging workout. Everyday is different and just when I think I got this….she reminds me that she is not here to make it easy. Popilates. Try it for yourself!
3. Write it down
- I have 99 journals but they all Serve one purpose which is to remind me of all the positive possibilities available. I write and recite affirmations for myself. Sometimes you can find my struggle but I’m working on flipping my negative to positive opportunities to achieve.
4. Support Support Support
- I surround myself with positive people who supports my dream! My family are very helpful and my circle of friends are awesome at keeping it real but positive.
2 thoughts on “My Steps to Achievement”
I love your idea of a journal! Actually I’m new to blogging because I want to start journaling some parts of my life. This is great!
Yes I’ve had some kind of journal or diary since I was in grade school. But as an adult I’ve truly appreciate the time I take to write it out, draw it out, and reread my entries.