May 19 ➡️ Jan 20
In between that time I got small, with very little muscle tone, to the point that it was getting hard to do my job 👎🏽. I was tired, sick, and sore 24/7. So the majority of this progress has honestly been Oct19 to now.
Some days (most days) I honestly feel HUGE (mental games are no joke). I’ve spent a long time trying to force myself to be small; both physically and mentally. Then one day it hit me: I’ll never get anywhere by being small, and out came the “I am the Problem” article on FE.
Physically, this transition has been difficult. My strength has increased dramatically, and I see more muscle tone, but mentally, it’s honestly a daily struggle not to want to be “small”. But, I take great pride in knowing that I can do my job, and don’t struggle anymore. The effort I’m putting in has paid off.
But then days like today I FINALLY see some progress in the core. Core is super important for our jobs, and selfishly, I want to see some definition 😅. Now I’m far from defined abs, but I’m getting there, and I’ll take this progress as a win.
Biggest changes have occurred over the last few months. Basically from 3 simple things:
1. MORE food (I was significantly under eating).
2. Weighted core work
3. SLEEP (Naps are life yo)
4. Dove in to the “stoicism” mindset
So basically what I’m saying, is no transition is easy. But trust the process, stay CONSISTENT, embrace the obstacles, and you’ll get there.
I am proud of the work of the firefighter and You ❤
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