“Just a warning my rig work is rough. Pull ups and Toes to Bar. Barbell I am decent but still only a couple of years in. Mostly doing comp for fun and friends are doing as well.”
This was a text I got from the guy I’m gonna partner with in an upcoming CrossFit competition in May. Here’s my response:
“No problem. We’re all a work in progress. I don’t have ring muscle ups yet. They are coming along. And going heavy is touch and go cause of how lean I am. We’ll hopefully have enough between us to give it a go!!”
Last night, I had ice cream, brownies, Bailey’s and Kahlua. I indulged big time. It was so good!
In the morning I felt bloated due to the extra water carbs cause your body to hold.
I told myself, “It’s alright, Jen. You’re a work in progress.”
This holds true for all aspects of your life.
Parenting. You’re doing the best you can.
Eating, dieting, nutrition. You’re doing the best you can.
Exercise and fitness. You’re doing the best you can.
Work and career. You’re doing the best you can.
Hobbies, religion, family, obligations, giving, helping others, voting, being a member of society, pets, animals, this planet, life.
You’re doing the best you can.
Give yourself a break.
You’re human. You have strengths and weaknesses. You succeed. You fail.
But there’s always tomorrow. Or this moment. To start over. To begin again. To do better. Be better. Live better.
Here’s to you: a work in progress. Not yet complete. But with each stroke more and more beautiful!