Thursday, 21 February 2019


Would you expect to have the same experience climbing a mountain as a total beginner, versus the profession climber who has been climbing mountains their whole life? 

For me a goal of mine is fat loss and maintaining muscle, and had to focus a lot of my time into learning as much as I could about what it would take me to get to my goals. (Exercise execution, diet, strength training etc.) This time I invested into learning HOW to get to my goals set me back in my physical progression and I found myself looking at other people in the gym thinking "why aren't I as toned and strong as X person", "why can't I find anything that works for me" etc.  and I can't express how much it negatively impacted me. 

Regardless of what your goals are, it's important to recognise where YOU started, and what you have already achieved to get to where you are. Everyone starts working towards their goals at different times in their life and comparing yourself to other people can be the biggest hurdle to you seeing progression. 

Don't forget to stay positive, and whatever you're working towards will make you a better version of yourself. 

Charlotte xxx

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