I think I proclaimed last year that I don't do New Year's resolutions anymore. I mean really, just because I'm drunk and it's midnight isn't going to change anything. Honestly, that happens every Friday night and I don't go promising myself anything but to sleep in the next day. So instead I thought of a few things I will try to possibly consider working on for 2013. Way to make a commitment.
1. Stop complaining when my fill in the body part hurts.
2. Try not to cry or moan when I see the words 'squat clean thrusters'.
3. No screaming 'you stupid mother f**ker' when I miss a lift I know I should have had. (this will be very hard)
4. Stop spending money on stupid crap.
5. Stop trying to explain why I'm gluten free.
6. Be better at reducing, reusing and recycling.
That's all I can think of but it basically covers most of what I need to work on. And no, there are no promises of "increase my deadlift weight" or "work on muscle ups". And you know why because as a Crossfitter, those are goals and achievements I go into the garage with every day. Every day I think "I can do 5 more pounds" or "a few more reps than last time" or "I can eeek out 1 more pull up". They aren't goals or resolutions to be made because the calendar says January 1st. They are goals I work towards every single time I workout. So as long as I keep on the path I've been on for 2 1/2 years, I'm good. Sure I could use a tweak here and there, but who can't? I know what I suck at and I'm working on it...errr... them. As far as diet, hell, I could use a 21 day sugar detox, but in all honesty, I just need to re focus and that can happen now that the holidays are over. No more temptations, no more "it's a special occasion" eat up.
Nothing much else going on. Kids are back to school, thank god. My house is clean... well, cleaner. My schedule is getting back on track slowly but surely. I was finally able to workout 3 days in a row. It's all falling back into place. Finally.