I can go to my gym and lift a lot of weight, hop on the bike for miles and miles, and feel that all is good.
Then I got a trainer.
Reality check. You mean that once you have lifted a set you don’t go talk with someone for 15 minutes, get a drink, talk some more, walk once around the track, and then consider another set? The further reality is that gym time, like most of my life, is social time.
One hour. Non-stop. Many different excercises, including several that I would NEVER consider doing on my own.
Balance? What is balance? Balance is when you keep one foot on the ground, lift the other, and at the same time lift a weight above your head. All while not falling down.
All along I thought balance was making sure I didn’t work too much and spent enough time with Mike and the furries.
I decided to get a trainer when I realized that many times during my workouts I could only go so far, and, especially with cardio, I would get winded quickly.
I had NO idea how difficult working with a trainer and learning about exercises that will not only make me look a little healthier but actually make awesome change in my body would be. I read on Facebook all the time about friends and family doing marathons, triathalons, 10K’s, etc. No thank you, I’m healthy and really don’t want to break a sweat.
And the truth is I don’t want to run a marathon. Yet I do want to be able to run a mile or two without having to have my doctor on call.
My veganism only goes so far. And although this will be an entirely different post, even though I am vegan doesn’t mean I eat healthy! OUCH! Another difficult realization.
I don’t think you need to get a trainer to become more healthy. It was a great choice for me as I have never been trained in working out and I have learned so much. And I have only had three sessions so far.
Where is that Mighty-O doughnut?