Getting Back On Track

After having to do a couple of S.U.D.S. workouts the last week or two I was finally able to get back on track today – completing some heavy squats, presses, pull ups, and auxiliary work.

I’d been in a bit of a funk recently with my workouts, due in large part to a lack of sleep and a low amount of energy from my current low-carb diet (I’ll talk more about the specifics later), but today felt great! Today felt like a brand new beginning.

Many people deal with the same situation I was in the last week – lack of sleep, elevated stress levels, and an unwillingness to workout.

We lose sight of that goal we set for ourselves weeks or months ago and we make excuses for why things aren’t working out at this present time.

We have a bad week which turns into a bad month which turns into a bad year. 

The key throughout all this is to get back on track as soon as possible – easier said than done, I know. If you miss a workout, so what, move on and don’t ruin the next session.

We can’t change what happened in the past, but we can move forward today and make today the best we can.

I’ll admit I had a miserable week of workouts – inconsistent and not the level I would like them to be at. I know I could have done more and definitely should have, but I can’t change last week.

Today, I rocked my workout, felt great, and am ready to dominate the week.

If you have gotten off track recently don’t worry about it. Do something today to move you forward – no matter how small it may be it will still help.

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Have a great day!

Justin

 

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