Change, no matter how hard it may be, is usually good for you.
Humans are such creatures of habit that we resist change. Usually with all of our might. Because normal is comfortable. And we like being comfortable.
I’ve been needing a change to my CrossFit routine for a while now. But I’ve resisted it. Throw in my stomach issues and the like, and I’ve just felt blah for most of the year.
Luckily, God has decided for me.
NEW YEAR, NEW CROSSFIT BOX
My box where I was doing CrossFit has decided not to keep me on next year for coaching as they are moving in another direction. Since I work out primarily from home, I’m not going to continue to pay membership dues, which will go up to regular price.
Hence, I am looking for a new home. Nothing is official yet, but I am close to deciding. Price is a factor and hours as I work out early in the morning by myself for the most part.
I am also investigating a new routine — one to get me to the next level — since most of this year has been just about maintaining as my mental capacity for CrossFit had plateaued.
Although we may not like change, it’s good for us. And with the New Year right around the corner, the time is now.
TIPS FOR LIFE CHANGES
- Listen to advice from others (or from God)
- Embrace the change
- You will grow should be your solace
- Soon the change will be routine
- You will be stronger because of it