Exercise. Some of us love it. Some of us hate it. For some it’s a way of life. For others it is a means to an end. And most of us have experienced exercise in all of these ways, and more!
No matter how much or how little you think you know about exercise, I invite you to consider that you may benefit from having your relationship with exercise fundamentally REORGANIZED.
Some of you may remember that during the Level 1 Network Care workshop at New Day we talk about how a key advantage Network Care has over other types of care is that we REORGANIZE your nervous system so that you can function better than ever.
Consider this. Would you rather have me come over to your house and clean your bedroom closet? OR, would you rather have me come over to reorganize your closet? Routine cleaning is always needed, of course. But reorganization sounds a bit more exciting, wouldn’t you agree? It lays the groundwork for something new to occur.
My relationship to exercise has had several reorganizations over the years, when it came upon me that my routine, time tested way, was no longer serving me.
Luckily for me, I never considered exercising optional. Somehow, at a young age, I got the idea in my head that a purposeful exercise routine is a desirable part of life. I also got the idea that I was good at running, and ran on my school’s cross country team in high school. I wasn’t actually a particularly great runner, but I was good enough to continue along with it through high school and for some years beyond.
Most of my workouts were some sort of distance run, and I could not imagine it otherwise (even though I enjoyed other forms of exercise). Running was the most efficient, I reasoned, burning the most calories and essentially getting rid of all the bad food and drink I consumed on the weekends. Running made so much sense that I thought that anyone who wasn’t running was probably just physically unable to perform this superior form of exercise, or just plain lazy.