When I first started going to fitness boot camp in October 2016, the boot camp owner asked all of us new recruits to consider our “why” behind wanting to join the class. Boot camp represents a sizable commitment of time, energy, and money, as well as a substantial physical and mental challenge. It’s easy to start questioning your own judgment when leaving a warm bed in the early morning hours to go do such a difficult workout.
Most of us are motivated by our “why” in life. My reason why – in going to the fitness boot camp — was of course to get healthier, but deep down, it also was to feel more confident and ultimately, to “rock that little black dress!” Who doesn’t enjoy receiving compliments after losing weight? You know that you look good, plus you have more energy and feel great! In life, sometimes we have to pause and give thought to the motivation behind our “why.” When we get off track in life, or even get stuck in a rut, it’s important to reflect on the driving force behind our why. Continue reading “Remember Your “Why””