I teared up today on the treadmill. Lame, I know. Yes….the treadmill.

I was doing 10 minutes of sprints after I lifted weights, and it was hard. I started talking to myself. The conversation went like this: I started wondering if maybe I could just cut off the last three minutes. It wouldn’t make that much of a difference if I just did seven 30-second sprints instead of ten, right? Surely three minutes wouldn’t really matter?
 
Then I told myself to try to think of things that would keep me motivated. I went through the usual list:

-running side by side with my fitness idols? Nope, didn’t work.
-sneaking a glance in the big mirror on the wall? Nope, didn’t work.
-thinking of the fitness expos I’ll be at next month? Nope, didn’t work.

I still wanted to quit early.
 
Have you ever had one of those moments? Those moments when you feel like giving up and nothing seems to motivate you?

We’ve all had those moments, but today was different for me. Today, on that treadmill, it hit me. The “why” for everything I do and my motivation to do it just hit me.

You have a “why” too and it’s my mission to help you find your “why.” This is all part of that awesome program I was telling you about yesterday.

I’m going to tell you about my “why” tomorrow so look out for that email tomorrow! 

Your friend,

Natalie

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