Your body and your life will change dramatically, when you give yourself full permission to stop doing shit you don’t want to do. I’m not sure how we all got conned into thinking that it was our duty to make the way we eat, move our bodies and ultimately how we live our lives about suffering. The biggest turning point for me in my own body transformation was when I decided to stop doing shit I didn't want to do, but what made it even more powerful was that it gave me the confidence to eventually extend it to the rest of my life, when I saw how, not only did it like, you know make me happy, but it man does it WORK in terms of results! The truth is though, it’s an ongoing process with layers and layers to peel back to find who you really are. For me personally, I've come to the decision that…
I don’t want to lift heavy shit.
I don’t want to count reps.
I don’t even want to step foot in a gym.
I don’t want to eat like a cavewoman, whatever the fuck that means.
I don’t want to strategically plan when the next time I get to eat carbs will be
I don’t want to count anything
I don’t want any rules in my life at all.
I don’t want to abstain from wine.
I don’t want to know what I am eating tomorrow, although let’s be honest, it will be more of the same shit, but it’s the principle! At the moment all I want to do is run and make shapes. I’d love to do some kickboxing too, but we'll see as I'm already training a LOT I don’t care if I’m not shredded or whatever the perfect acceptable BF% is and although I'd like to be a little lighter, I couldn't give a shit if I'm a little softer, although I am willing to do a few sets of KB swings for the greater good of my BOOTY. But when all is said and done, I just want my body to feel like MY body, you know what I mean? And the truth is it will never feel like my body doing shit that I don’t want to do. But here’s the bit that I think a lot of people don’t fully get....There’s a BIG difference between not "wanting" to do something vs not "feeling" like doing something. For example this morning I woke up and crawled out of bed like tin man and the last thing I “felt” like doing (see rest in comments).