All right. So if you were to just talk to me yesterday, I’m all motivated. Had a whole bunch of energy. I did my little run, did a couple pushups yesterday and a couple curls.
Today, I’m miserable. It felt like eternity on that bloody treadmill. I woke up this morning with my quads sore, Which is a good thing. I was all happy, excited about it because it means I’m actually doing something.
So, I’ve been walking around kind of limping around because it hurts to walk up and down stairs, even sit down and even sit down on the toilet because it’s all sore. That’s why I ran backwards a little bit. Remember I said that I need to do that every day. I thought today was going to be really easy because. About halfway through, my mind started trying, every excuse that I have on why I need to walk. I’m like, “Man, it’s hard. It’s okay. It doesn’t matter. You can walk. It’s tiring.” But then, just that little bit of ounce in me, that little bit, we all have it where it’s like, “Nah, man. The little engine that could.” It’s like, “Nah, man, just keep running. I know it’s hard. It sucks. You’re bloated. Your legs hurt. Your chest is on fire. Mouth all dry and everything. But keep going, just keep doing it.”
I really have to thank y’all, the reason that I’m doing it every day and I don’t have an excuse because I want to stay consistent. Remember the saying, I don’t fear the man that can punch a bag 1,000 times. I fear the man that can punch that bag once a day for a thousand days. And just the consistency of doing this every day. So, when you’re on your own mission and your own journey, you just need to commend yourself for staying with it and at least doing it every day because it sucks. I’m not going to lie, especially when you’re all excited yesterday, and then today you’re like, “Oh my God, I’m going to die.”
However, I’m not stopping smoking, so that could be a very big reason why I’m over here about to die. But yeah, pushups aren’t any easier. Still barely getting through 10. Curls, got through them, but whatever. I’ve got to start filming. But anyways, make sure you stay with the journey and as you see, it’s not easy. It sucks through your battle. It’s not like you go from completely out of shape to in shape, think of how many years and how many days I’ve gone, just destroying my body. So I can’t expect that in 15 days, my body’s going to be like, “Yeah, I’m ready to go. I’m in the best shape of my life.” No. We’ve at least got to put a little energy into it. I put a lot of energy into destroying my body, so we’ve got to put about the same energy to make your body better.