As a paying member of the YMCA, why do I never go?
It’s great to have a personal trainer like Jason – to have an appointment. It probably isn’t enough for me. As I look forward, I wonder how I will maintain these young habits == what is my plan for the rest of my life?
I hate working out, but I love the pain after a work out. I hate getting up early, but I love it when I do. I hate spending money, but I love to see I’m getting my money’s worth. Is this a love hate relationship with fitness?
Within Team Red we have talked about continuing to work out together. I’m experimenting with Jason in one on one work outs, where I know I get a different level of attention, but any hour so dedicated to cross training is a good hour….
So what I plan to do is:
- Redefine time.. I’ll let you know when I figure that out.
- Find a work out class at the YMCA… hot yoga? Sounds fun.
- Budget for a trainer… but get a better handle on fitness goals first
- Set some longer term goals… find more than one work out buddy
- Join the Mountain High Outfitters e-mail list and participate in their activities
I work at Swiftwick with a lot of guys who can run 100 miles and train for that. I don’t understand that goal, I respect and admire it for sure, but …not enough to put that in my plan.