I hope that everyone has had a fun filled December, mine has certainly been busy - good busy though so I shouldn’t complain!
I’m not really wanting to set any New Years resolutions this year: Reasons being; one, I never stick to them (oops) and two, I prefer to set myself mini challenges throughout the year. I do however like to reflect, sometimes I do this way too much and end in constant day dreams, though a little light reflection isn’t too bad.
As the end of the year approaches I have taken some time to think about this last year, what has been good? What hasn’t been quite as good? What did I achieve? What could I try to do more of?
All in all its been a pretty good year, there are a few things I could potentially regret, though as I grow older I am learning that life is to short for regrets so there really isn’t any point crying over split milk.
More importantly, with regards to fitness it has been a pretty good year, I still may not be the strongest female in GWA but my strength has increased two fold in the last year. It is true that I would still rather take a spin class or run stairs rather than front squat my max but I am incorporating way more strength training into my weekly regimes. I have noticed the benefits and I will continue to incorporate these workouts into 2016. I also ran my PB in the BMO half Marathon and intend to get another in 2016.
Every day has been a school day this year - my knowledge of the fitness industry has grown in many areas and I hope to continue to learn more about fitness every day. Through reading articles, attending others classes or just playing around I intend to learn new tricks which I look forward to sharing with you all in PT and group sessions.
I recently read that, “Everything in your life is a reflection of a choice you have made. If you want a different result, make a different choice”.
So if you are reading this thinking that there were parts of 2015 that you didn’t particularly like make sure you don’t repeat them in the coming year. Make decisions that will make you happy, that will benefit yourself, your fitness and your wellbeing.