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Discipline. Diet. Decision. Definition.

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Been laughing at myself more often. I get frustrated pretty easily. If I don't see all my numbers (weight, waist, and strength) all headed in the right direction, I get upset, but I just can't help but laugh. I'm putting in the hard work. I know I'm messing up here and there, but I'm doing much more than the average joe.
Anyways, in the past week or so, I've noticed that my body doesn't look the way I thought it looked. Muscles are here and there, I've got a gut, and my forearms and legs are quite bulgy. I just saw it for what it is: it's a strong form. I can just freaking lift. It explains a lot. I know I'm strong (compared to joe) and my cardio is above average. My flexibility needs work, but strap a weight to me, and I won't stop moving. Mesomorphic, I think is the word someone once used (or was it endomorphic?). Anyways, my point is that I'm slowly starting to see the positive in my body. It's making it easier to push a little harder and plan for the future.
In that vein, I'm changing my motto. It used to be "Sleep Long, Get Strong, and Keep On Keepin' On!". I think I'm going to go with "Discipline. Diet. Decision. Definition." It is a reminder that I have the diet figured out. I just need to consistently make the right decisions and have discipline, which will lead to definition.

Discipline. Diet. Decision. Definition.
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