Monday, March 5, 2012

Getting my head in the game...

There have been only a number of things that I really wanted and set my mind on getting them. It was like that I knew that I knew I was going to succeed. Lately when it comes to my health and fitness, it seems that no matter how hard I try, I can't reach my goals.

I do have some things I want to do and I've tried many times to set a goal and achieve that goal. I've tried with Blog success challenges (really wanted to succeed with Jessica's challenge from See How See Runs), I've tried with challenges at the gym, I've tried with my own 7-Month Challenge, I tried with my trainer and I have a couple of other personal challenges that I can't get off the ground. And all these fitness challenges are not met due to injuries!


So frustrating!!!!

In just over a month my row class starts and in 3 months I want to be ready for a big event.

But unfortunately, my short term goal, right now, is to walk without pain.

Still struggling with back pain!

Because all I CAN do now is....(well pray, which I'm doing) is to do my stretches and get my head in the game!

I am going to start visualizing myself winning all of these challenges. I am going to start seeing myself at my row class and achieving success at my event. And finally, once and for all, I'm starting to look at myself as a strong, fit and injury free athlete!!

My head is in the game!!

How about you...Do you need to get your head into the game?

Keep focused!


  1. I also know how great it feels when your head is in the game and everything seems to sail along. There is no obstace that can get in the way, because the brain is on course. I'm there sometimes, and I'm working to be there all of the time. I've done it before, so I know I can do it again. Very good post!

  2. Just take care of yourself, and you'll get there!

  3. My head is in the game! It just got there though!!!
    keep your head in the game girl!
    Have a pretty day!

  4. I hadn't seen you mention your back pain recently so I thought it was behind you.

    I'm so sorry you have this to deal with. I do hope your exercises and healthy living give you the relief you deserve very soon.

    All the best as you keep focus.