STUDENT AESTHETICS - HOW FITNESS CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE
How Fitness Training Can Change Your Life
If your gender comes into it: As a male it's 'be a man' or man up territory, while for many women I know the push to 'woman up' is definitely a more positive and emancipated venture. Use these spurs only if they help and don't get negative.
Spiritually there will be the anxiety of looking to the future, and the downer of thinking about a sad part of your past. While these can be endlessly questioned, the only thing that is never untrue is in the now of training: the practice, the centre, your spirit in essence. It's pure you, with the wind in your face or behind you, the grind up a hill, the smile in the sun or the awe at a canopy of stars out as a private gallery when you're out at night. Less romantically: You're learning to stay upright, to stay positive and to select well-lit areas for evening runs to save you running into sudden grass verges (which of course I did after being blinded by oncoming headlights at night).
The thing is to be a true detective, you have to make friends with your bumbling Columbo, faltering along making mistakes and running into verges or discovering infuriating and wondrous revelations. Lest we forget the things that make up a life (the day-to-day ups and downs) while being present and filtering the future into a better past.
While inhaling and exhaling all this out on the road you have to forgive your own idiot as these conundrums fall away upon meeting your own genius. It seems like immense cleverness but ultimately all you're doing is accessing your innate well-being and a brain that never gives up searching for an answer.
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