Not being at your best is hard. But then again, when do you determine you're at "your best"? I asked a friend today if she felt like competing defined who she is as a person. Thankfully she said no. But I think there are too many people engulfed in the unnecessary need to be better, physically. No. Be a better person than yesterday. Be a better partner to your loved one. Be a better student, teacher, parent, sibling, daughter, son, co-worker, friend etc. Those are the things that are going to be important. Not whether or not you've "killed" the gym or did a "hardcore" workout. Trust me. Being able to live and maintain a healthy, sustainable lifestyle is the hardest thing I've ever done, and I have some terrible, faulting moments.
I put my pants on today and ripped them. Just snapped those seams like they never existed. But I didn't feel bad about it. I laughed. It is what it is. I've looked leaner but I've never been happier. #lifegoals #areyoursright? ❤️👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼