“Why do you do what you do?” - A question I get constantly but have never known how to answer.
Well I think I finally know the answer: UNCOMFORTABLENESS.
I have always been a very mentally tough individual, and I think that has been the key to much of my success throughout my 20 years of life. I grew up in a community where everyone was just too “comfortable” for me. Everyone had the same mentality and many were very close minded to anything other than the norm. But I knew I couldn’t fall into that, I always knew I was different but I just didn’t know HOW I was different. So I moved from that town the second I had the opportunity. Yes, I was and always will be blessed and I thank God for every bit of ability he gave me to do great things. But let me tell y’all, I worked my ASS OFF for that opportunity and I was taking it. I have NEVER looked back and never will- sounds cliche but it’s true. I had to get uncomfortable, and now I am to the point where comfortable is uncomfortable for me. The sport of powerlifting made me realize I truly don’t fit in any box; and when people try to put me in a box I’ll find a way to break out of it.
I do what I do because powerlifting gave me.. ME. It’s more than just being strong physically. It’s being strong in your individuality, your faith, and your abilities in life. It forced me to approach everything I do with the same mentality. I no longer fear my future or fear any situation because I am so confident in my self as an overall individual. I no longer fear the uncomfortable, now I enjoy it.
Anne, can I photograph you everyday? You’re a dream🌸✨
Anne | Class of 2019
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Finishing up the session with some tricep push-ups. Great job, everyone!
Teaching proper form and function of upper body movements. This group is going to FEEL IT tomorrow!
Our first Instructional Upper Body Class was a HUGE success! Stay tuned —- many more to come!