“If you’re the smartest person in the room, you need to find a better room.” — Chris Conrey
I’ve been going to the gym for a few weeks now without a goal.
Both gave me something to work for. Something to strive for.
Without a goal, I now find myself aimless at the gym, spending 30 minutes on the bike, or 20 minutes on the elliptical, and calling it a workout.
Sometimes, I won’t even break a sweat.
I need a new race. I need a new challenge.
Without new goals to shoot for, we get stagnant. Our work gets lazy.
If you’re not setting and re-setting the bar, what the hell are you doing? Are you getting better?
I know that right now, I’m not.
So I’m picking a 5k for the spring. I’m giving myself something to shoot for.
I suggest you do the same. We all need a race to run.