“No pain, no gain, no pain, no gain. Do it and smile” that’s what I have been hearing every morning during my daily workouts.
My workout lifestyle started in March 2015 when we had an instructor, a brother in Christ, who used to come to my previous job place, and we would work out as a group and sometimes would be just a couple of people from 5:15 to 6:15 pm, one hour three times a week on weekdays. Most of the colleagues would travel frequently to field work, so there would be time it could be just you and the instructor.
It was a transformation period for me. For years I wanted to become physical fit and healthy, but I never took a step to start working out. So each time when I looked at my stomach I kept reminded that I needed to workout. I didn’t have a really big stomach, it’s just when I ate my stomach would kind of expand, and when my stomach didn’t have food, or was empty, or when I was hungry, my stomach would be somehow flat. And I wished my stomach would always remain flat. Continue reading “The Subject of Change”