Boy, I was tired yesterday.
I had fitful sleep the night before.
But I worked out last night.
It wasn’t my best workout, but it was good for how I felt.
That’s how I showed up.
My client, Chris, “showed up” when she didn’t feel like it, too.
She just didn’t feel 100% and “didn’t feel like it” – but she came, and she did the workout.
The women who show up regularly, even when they don’t feel like it, find the most success.
So, do you show up? Even when you don’t feel like it?
The difference between women who reach their goals and those who don’t is that they show up even when they don’t want to – they do the work anyway.
Those workouts make a difference.
You still did something.
You still burned some calories.
You still worked your heart and lungs.
You still worked your muscles.
You still impacted your hormone balance.
You still kept the habit.
You improved on your perseverance and your mental toughness.
By the way, please don’t take this as, “Do your workout at all costs!” I’ve been preaching sleep and self-care lately, and I stand by that, but sometimes we make excuses…
If you missed my post about never-ending to-do lists, check it out here: