Darling, just fucking do it!

Just fucking do it!

 

This person didn’t want to workout today.
Why? Because she:

• Woke up at 6 a.m.
• Drove 2+ hours to Houston + back. 
• Spent 10:30-2:30 on a field trip with a bunch of 2nd graders.

Then I spent the whole drive home rehearsing all the reasons why I should workout when I got home. I also spent the whole drive home, counting all the excuses as to why I could skip my workout & just do it tomorrow.

When I got home at 5:45 p.m. I had already walked 8,000 steps 🚶🏾‍♀️👣

I was tired 😴, but was I REALLY TOO TIRED?

I mentioned working out to Rebel and he got excited.

At 6:00 p.m., I found my motivation.
I remembered that he was watching.
He was excited and wanted to workout with me.
At 6:01 p.m., I remembered why I started.

As I was working out I remembered what it was like when I started working out and what I was like.

I hated to exercise.
I had an 18-month-old, 8 and 12-year-old.
I worked full-time.
I was doing it alone because Ryan worked out of town 7 days a week.
I drank too much.
I drank alone too often.
I skipped lots of meals.
I overate almost always.
I ate fried foods and boxed foods.
I hated who I was, who I’d been and where my life was headed.

My workouts were not easy nor convenient.
I made a decision in February 2012.
I decided to do something different.
I decided to make a slight change.
Every night after the kids went to bed, instead of sitting outside killing a 12 pack and a pack of cigarettes, I popped in a DVD, pushed play and pushed myself through 60-90 min workouts.
Every morning, instead of skipping breakfast and living off of coffee, I drank a shake.

6 years later every day I still am faced with the same decisions and every day I choose me because I’m worth it and I’m stronger than my excuses.

Most people don’t realize that, they’re not stuck because they can’t. They’re stuck because they won’t.

When I asked myself if I was really too tired to workout, I received the truthful answer. It’s really hard to lie to yourself. I’d worked out under more difficult times, when I was truly exhausted and a lot later in the evening on more stressful days and lived to tell and felt proud. So there was absolutely no reason I couldn’t. So I decided not to quit on myself.

Don’t quit on yourself. Want more confidence? Stop quitting. Stop making excuses. Stop telling yourself you can’t. Stop giving up. Stop saying tomorrow. Stop feeling sorry for yourself. Stop hanging out with people who tell you that you’re just fine and don’t push you to push yourself. Stop self-sabotaging. Stop looking for instant gratification. Stop fucking lying to yourself. Just fucking stop!!!

I have a story of triumph. 
I am a fighter. 
I am a survivor. 
I am RELENTLESS. 
NEVER GIVE UP!

I recently shared my story with a fellow coach’s team. Here is the recording, that I would like to share with you.

If you relate to my story and would like to connect and learn more about me, what I do and how I can help you evaluate your life and what changes need to be made. I am here to listen, to be a friend and to never judge. I provide hope to those who are tired and feeling hopeless. I am here, you just need to reach out.

I’m looking for 5 ladies, who want to join me this month & work with me exclusively, who want to build confidence and strength and tone up or lose 5-15 pounds by the end of 2017.

It’s easy!! Here’s what you have to do: Participate in my next challenge group & log at least 6 Super Food Shakes and 6 workouts each week via a tracking app.

Commit to a program, drink your shake and log in your workouts. Get inspired and motivated daily. That’s it! (I’ll help you choose the perfect program for you!)

Interested?
Do 1 of the following!

• Complete my app http://bit.ly/MindyCGApp
• Comment below
• Message me!

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