The hardest part is getting started. It’s a cliché, but it is so true. Once you start, that little spark, I like to call momentum, just takes over and makes things a whole lot easier. Once you start, why would you stop? You’re already “in-motion”, moving toward whatever you’ve set out for yourself. As you keep going, with that momentum, it builds up and things don’t seem so bad or hard. And you know, “an object at rest tends to stay at rest, while an object in motion tends to stay in motion.” All you need is that initial GO, that PUSH, and then you can let momentum take over.
I had one of the best yoga practices I’ve had in a while last Saturday. My body simply felt amazing flowing through my practice. My body was so flexible and strong while my balance was spot on. I was nailing poses and holding them forever, I didn’t want it to end. This got me pretty excited for my Sunday run the next morning, thinking I was in a really good physical/mental place. Plus the fact that the weather was supposed to be 50 degrees and sunny helped with the excitement too.Read More