It has been a long time since I have posted. I took a couple weeks off of my writing to recharge my batteries. With workouts and life sometimes things become routine and we need to find something to inspire us again and recharge our batteries. Recently I have met someone who has helped recharge my battery in life and in my workouts! My good friend Rachael was kind enough to introduce me to a person who has brought a little pep back to my step. She told me she knew someone perfect for me, a person with a heart of gold. With one of my goals this year being to take more chances I decided it was time to take a chance and let someone new in my life. I am extremely thankful as I have met Joy. Joy has provided me with great inspiration and recharged my batteries.
By having my batteries recharged I have seen a great difference in so many things. This blog is generally about fitness, and I have noticed my workouts have been better as I want to continually improve myself. My runs have been longer and quicker, my swims are getting longer and faster, and I find myself doing new things by playing in a mens basketball league. With this pep I have seen results with my size and weight. People who see me every day at work have noticed and mentioned that I look skinnier. My Drury friend saw me last night and mentioned that I continue to melt away. Thanks all that means a lot to hear that and just lets me know that the hard work is still paying off! Needless to say I am fully charged now and ready for what should be the best year of my life. It is extremely important for everyone looking to improve their fitness to find something or someone to help inspire you as it makes the process of weight loss and competition so much easier.
My batteries being recharged has not just affected my fitness but I have people at work who continually come up to me and ask is there a reason I am so happy? People who know me know that I am a very happy go lucky person. Apparently I continually glow while at work, I have been told that I am happier than normal while answering the phone. What can I say other than it is nice to have the batteries charged again. I have stressed living life by the theory of "Life is short, Live it Hard". Those who know me have seen me take this theory to the next level. Thank you Joy for helping recharge my batteries forcing me to live life to the fullest every day!
For those of you reading if you have hit a rut in your workouts, or a rut in your personal life take some time find some motivation and recharge the batteries. Once they are recharged you will attack both with a new vigor and your results will be better than you can expect.
Life is short, live it Hard!