Learn to let go of the old to make room for the new. We are taught all our lives to hold on. Most of the time it's out of fear. But when you hold onto things that are no longer for you, you prevent the things that are actually supposed to show up from arriving. You stop yourself from receiving the gifts of life. The things in the past are gone. They’ve drifted off into the ether. You can’t go back and change them. You can’t redo them. Those moments cannot be touched. All you have is now, this moment...and what you do in this moment determines the story that exists in the future. It’s hard to let go. I know. It’s one of the greatest lessons I keep learning over and over again. But when you do, there’s so much room for possibility. You are free to create. Free to be. Free to choose. The future can either be scary or exciting. The outlook is determined by how you choose to view it. Don’t let the events of the past stain the future with negativity. The things that happened to you were one set of events out of an infinite amount of possibilities of how it could have happened. Embrace that new things are possible. #261of365#letgo#moveforward#keepgoing
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Try jump squats with your warm up weight before your next leg day
Squats are 90% psychological for me🧠
If my heads not in it I’m going to have a shit set. Usually it takes me 3-5 warm up sets to get to the point where I feel ready to rock. •
One of my favorite ways to get my mind right is to do a decently heavy set of squat jumps. Focusing on exploding out of the hole and making myself mentally think it’s light as a feather gets me prepared to lift heavier. If I can jump squat a certain weight then mentally I know I can squat double that for half the reps. Give these a try before your next squat session I guarantee you PR that day Worked up to 365x5 today. Wasn’t my best day but sure was a lot of fun @meggsb18