Personal Health Intiative Training

Now is the time for you to decide which road you will take. You have reached the fork and are asking yourself, “Do I take the road less traveled or the one that is worn by the footprints of everyone else?” The road less traveled will have many unknown stops along the way, many hills for you to climb, and some of these hills will seem to never end. You will reach a few plateaus and these are the times you will want to give up.

You will take a few steps back and must decide to either keep going forward or fall back to the beginning. Many thoughts will cross through your mind, “Why am I doing this?” “This is too hard,” “I am all alone,” “I want to give up.” Don’t worry; if you stay on the road less traveled you will eventually come to the end which is your final goal. There is no set time for this journey and no guarantee that it will be easy. To prepare for the road ahead you must carry with you a very strong will, persistence, patience, attitude, and faith.

You might be the only person traveling on the road and wonder where everyone is at. Don’t focus on everyone else, it will only distract you. Keep your eyes on the prize and fight for your dreams. Until you decide to take the road less traveled, you will always be stuck, spinning your wheels going nowhere fast. Do not limit yourself by what you think you can’t do. Believe that you can do anything you set your mind to.

“If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.”-Bruce Lee

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