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The hardest part of fitness is getting started.
We ask the questions of ourselves: Where do I go? What is the right workout and nutrition plan for me? What if I don’t know what to do? Will I stick out? Will I be embarrassed? What if this doesn’t work for me?
I don’t know about you, but I can often identify with Dory, the famously forgetful fish in “Finding Nemo” and “Finding Dory.” I try to focus, get distracted and spend a lot of time not doing the things I want to get accomplished. Like Dory, I swim around in a circle, and wow there’s the castle again.
When is the last time someone put your artwork on the refrigerator? Do you remember how good it felt to have Mom or Dad put something that we did/or achieved on the refrigerator (or mantle, wall or their desk)? Unbeknownst to you it triggered a little hit of dopamine and encouraged you to try to do it again.
The industrial economy is over. For many reasons that is a good thing. Heavy industry is a big polluter. Heavy industry relies on humans behaving like cogs in a wheel. Heavy industry suppresses the earning potential of the workforce. But heavy industry also provided good jobs, with health benefits and a way to stop working at age 65. As industrial jobs disappear, so do the securities they carried.
One of my daughters plays the piano…I know I said open gym, just hang with me. Anyway, one of my daughters plays the piano. I enjoy hearing her play. That wasn’t (and still sometimes isn’t) always the case. It seems that playing the piano takes practice. It is a skill that is honed through repetition.