The last week of training has been epic. My training has kicked up (another) notch, and I’m reaching goals I never thought I could. My eating has been on track and I definitely have my mojo back after it went missing.
I even managed to get my boyfriend into the gym last week, which was absolutely awesome. It was so nice to share such a massive part of my life with him. He did SO well, managed to smash out some 130kg deadlifts – pretty amazing for a first timer.
SO – this is where I’m at.
2 sets of 5 x 45kg
1 set 3 x 52.5kg
2 sets 1 x 57.5kg
5 sets of 10 x 30kg
3 x 130kgs (you can see the vid for my deadlifts on my TGWL facebook page – you might as
well hit like while you’re there)
5 x 62.5kg
3 x 70kg
1 x 75kg
SO HAPPY! Lifting is the best buzz – I’m not sure why it’s taken so long to get into it!
So I read something incredible the other day – my Dad posted it on his facebook and it fits in perfectly with how I’ve been thinking.
Critics and Haters are only good for one thing. They let you know you’re doing exactly what you should be doing.
Instead of getting mad:
– Keep outworking them
– Keep outsmarting them
– Keep innovating faster than they can
– Keep enjoying and supporting the people that matter in your life
They will twist what you say, and do their best to set you up to fall… but there is one thing that they can’t do…and that’s BE you.
And that’s kind of why they’re so upset in the first place.”
Haters gonna hate, but lucky for me, I don’t have many haters around me. I got rid of them ages ago. I have come across one during my mission the last few months. It was actually an ex boyfriend who thought he needed to tell me that nobody cared about my story, and that I am what is wrong with society at the moment.
How he came to this conclusion baffles me, but the amazing realisation that came from this was that this is HIS issue. NOT MINE. And he can take his issue far far away from me! And once I realised this, a slight wave of happiness came over me.
When I made the decision to move to Australia, one of my closest mates at the time told me that I was making the biggest mistake of my life. For me, it was an adventure – finding a job, finding a place to live, meeting new people – to him, there was too much room for failure. But isn’t that what life is about? When trying new things they either work, or they don’t – you’ve got a 50/50 chance, so why not give it a go?
The point of today’s rant – haters gonna hate. And when you hear someone say “they’re just jealous” they’re absolutely right.
The Girl Who Lifts