...not that I know him well.
...to be truthful.
Not that I know him at all.
At the recommendation of several of my doctors, I have begun trying to regain my strength and endurance.
Today, I met with a trainer.
At a gym.
I was a wee bit afeared.
But I sucked it up.
And only said, "You want me to what?" three times.
It wasn't really bad.
It was just something very different.
I liked the trainer.
She made a lot of sense...
But as we wrapped up our one hour session I remembered the quote...
And I said to her...
"Do you know this quote?"
“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”
She said, "Hmmm. I don't think I know that quote. Or maybe I've read it but I just don't remember."
She did, though, remember to give me a printout of all the things I'm supposed to do at home each and every day.
Good old Mahatma Gandhi.
And even though my trainer was NOT impressed with his philosophy...
At the end of the day I'm certain strength training will not be the end of me.
It will be the beginning of me...
and with more endurance.
My goal for next week with the trainer is to only say, "You want me to what?" two times.
Have an indomitable will to get better!
Wishing you a weekend that is stronger with more endurance...
Or at least the will to resist such things!
(PS. This is soooo not my arm. Even though I embarked on a 10 day 'get rid of your bat wing' program 11 days ago, they are still with me. Drats!)