Originally posted: 1-16-17
‘He says the best way out is always through.
And I agree to that, or in so far
As that I can see no way out but through–‘
– Robert Frost, A Servant of a Servant (56-58)
I heard this quote the other day and it made a lot of sense to me with what we do. Many times the struggle is real. We don’t want to work hard. We don’t want the struggle. It seems easier to just quit. It seems easier to not go today.
In reality, is it any easier? Is it easier to quit? Is it easier to not go? What are the repercussions? What does it do for you physically, mentally, and emotionally when you don’t show up?
Better yet, what does it do for you when you do?
It’s always a choice. I think no matter what the best way out is always through, as that I can see no way out but through.
Deadlift, while resting complete sets of auxiliary work