Seal Fit 20X, 48 hours later, my body is killing me, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Everything is sore, but as I’m looking at the pictures from this recent experience, I’m reminded of what it means to “Embrace the Suck.”
What does this common phrase mean?
You can talk about embracing that which sucks, but until you’ve experienced something that really sucks, it’s whatever it is that challenges you WAY beyond what you thought your tolerance for pain and discomfort was.
When you get way outside of your pain and capacity, that’s when you realize there’s no real finish lines.
If you’re trying to live a life that you truly love, you must get use to embracing the reality that there is no finish line.
You’re going to suffer if you think that life is only meant to stay comfortable.
You have GOT to be willing to push the threshold of pain in order to expand your capacity.
Confront what you’re avoiding in order to truly move forward, which is another way of embracing the suck.
Put yourself into situations that help you invest in you, realizing that getting out of your comfort zone as you embrace the suck helps you expand.
* Can I embrace the “Suck” and realize that there’s no finish line?
* What can I do to take the trials and see a lesson in them?
* How do I see myself?
If you want a level of power, are you willing to level up from where you are?
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