Why I LOVE it…
I am clearly biased when it comes to exercise and I genuinely enjoy and LOVE training every week. Don’t get me wrong there are times when I can see it far enough if I have lots on or I am tired and sore but in the main I look forward to sessions. The feeling it gives you is definitely worth turning up alone. You may not feel great at the time but afterwards it lifts you and gives you a sense of achievement. It gives you more enthusiasm to go about your day in a positive way.
A lot of people aren’t in the same place as me when it comes to exercise and I totally get that. It doesn’t carry the same weight for everyone and some people genuinely don’t like exercise. People have a fear of being looked at and judged. They also fear not being able to do certain exercises and looking stupid. I would say they haven’t been in a good environment if they have been made to feel this way and that it wouldn’t be the same experience everywhere they go.
I think once you have experienced the true benefits of exercise you will truly learn to love it too. The way it makes your body feel is strong, confident and able to do things physically that not everyone has the privilege of being able to do. Also the way it makes you look lean, toned and be able to stand in front of the mirror and say that you are not fully satisfied but happy with what you see staring back at you. You can’t buy this feeling but you can control it and put in the work to get it.
I see it with the women we have in the gym all the time, They start at the appropriate level and after time they progress and start to achieve things they didn’t think they could do before they started. It’s amazing to see and not only does it give you more confidence in what we are teaching our clients but it does wonders for them and how they see themselves. If I could give everyone this feeling I would in a heartbeat. Sadly not everyone gets the chance to experience it but that’s what we are trying to accomplish here at Synergy Performance. Our aim is to help as many people as possibly with their health and fitness and ensure people get to experience what enjoying exercise feels like and the benefits it brings.
Don’t look at exercise as a chore view of it more as a tool you have at your disposal to ensure health and well being is something you are in control of.