Why I workout abs everyday? Lately I have been working out everyday, with or without the PT (physical therapist), with or without weights, and sometimes without the PT at all. Most days I go in and workout (exercise) my legs, abs and cardio. This is also my everyday workout. I do it everyday, when I wake up, when I get home from work, on my lunch break or anytime I need an extra boost of energy. I run and lift heavy things and work out until I am absolutely exhausted. I do all of this every single day, but I have yet to get the true definition of my abs and muscular definition, the core and the abdominals.
I have been doing this every day for quite some time now. My abs are a thing of my dreams, as they are each morning when I wake up. I have a hard time functioning without them, just being active makes my abs sore the entire day, but being that it is summer, I enjoy running and working out so much more than I did in the winter. During the winter I hardly got off of my couch, I did absolutely nothing active at all and my body was weak and it actually hurt to get up and move. Now, in the summer I am out of my bed and working hard, sweating so much and my muscles are aching and aching. I have been doing this for months now, everyday.
But why am I doing this? What is going on in my life that makes me want to work out everyday for so long? Honestly, it is no secret that I have a hard time dealing with myself every day. I constantly find myself making irrational emotional decisions and reacting to things the way that I want to react to it. Things are normally far less complicated than they actually are, and everything is more complicated than it really needs to be. I can be logical and rational, and sometimes even wise, but that is not my way of dealing with things. I do this to my mind, when I am upset or upset by something that may not even have been a big deal.
For example, I am upset by my flat tire and then I get on the highway and almost get into an accident with a huge truck that is spinning its wheels, barely moving. I have been driving everyday for years and I have never seen anything like this. I have always had an extreme fear of being on the highway and it actually scares me now. I am sweating and I am frustrated that I don’t know what is going on and I just can’t get the truck off the highway. This is my everyday, I don’t care, I am upset. I am freaking out and I am angry that I had to drive out of the parking lot of the gym to get back to my car, and then I am freaking out that I am not even working out anymore.
I can’t believe I did this, it just blows my mind and I am frustrated and upset that I do not have my routine anymore. I do not like the new routine at all, I am not thrilled about the change and I do not like my way of thinking. I know that I am supposed to be doing this to get into shape, but the truth is that it is not the only thing that is going on with me. My mind is stuck to something that happened a year ago and I am stuck to the things that are in the past and I am completely stuck on what I was thinking, and how I reacted.
I can get past things a lot quicker than I can with my mind, I have learned to just let things go, think about the facts and let things go. I have not been doing this in the past, I have let emotions get the better of me and my reactions are way too extreme. I do not do this as much, but this is the biggest change I have been making and I am actually proud of myself. I am supposed to be thinking about what is going on right now and what I am going to be doing today and what I am going to be doing in the future, but I am thinking about what happened a year ago and what I am going to say or do to someone today.
This is why I am doing this, because I am really working out my mind and my emotions, in the form of abs, that I am looking forward to getting the next time I see a workout video on the floor of my living room. I never get to see the abs everyday, I always see the video right before I go to bed, and sometimes when I am getting up in the morning. It is actually funny to look at the videos from when I worked out so much in my everyday life and to see how far I have gotten since then, and it is very impressive to see that I still have abs after doing this everyday.
This is the thing, everyday I am thinking about abs, and abs for the next day and abs for the next day. I am wondering how many abs I will be working out tomorrow and how many abs I am going to work out the next day. I am thinking about abs constantly, but not doing it, I am not working out and not sweating as much. I am thinking about abs so much that I want to get them and I work out every day. This is how I am changing my mindset. I am changing the way I think about every day. I am thinking about working out instead of changing my thoughts and being mad at myself for not doing this everyday.
I am changing my routine to change my mind and my emotions. Everyday I am going to work out and I am working out everyday, but I am not changing my mind about what I am doing. This is how I am changing everyday. I am changing my routine to change my mind. I am working out to make my body better so I can get into better shape, but I am not changing my mind. I am thinking about working out and my workouts for every single day of my life, but I am not working out everyday to get in better shape.
This is the big thing that is going on with me and I am actually proud of myself for making this change. I know that I have changed my mindset, it has changed my abs, and it has changed my way of thinking and I am actually happy with how I am changing things. I have never made a big change like this before and I am proud of myself for changing my mind and not being stuck on what I used to be thinking about everyday.