sleep on it
Over summer i picked up this book, called the new rules of lifting and i've finally managed to get through it all. I've managed to pull a program together from the programs given in the book. But one problem. Just have to start.
I feel like i have to come clean with something whenever I'm writing here, just to satisfy my conscience and get that monkey off my back. It is most likely that I do too much self analysis which, doesn't lend to a very healthy mind if not done in moderation.
There are two types of people in this situation that i'm thinking about, people who fulfil any promise they say, and people who don't. I feel that i has become some form of standard to which i must base who I am on but I know this is utter bullshit. No one can honestly live up to every single promise they put down unless promises aren't made when not attainable. This is more complex than i thought.
One would make a promise but only when one knows they are capable of fulfilling it. that seems to be the fairest possibly way to both you, the promiser, and the other person, the promisee. There are people who make promises when they have no idea whether or not they can fulfil it and most of the time can but occasionally cannot because they physically cannot complete what has been promised in the allocated time, or people who make promises and are capable of completing them but just don't.
I'm going to sleep on this one for a bit... lets see how it turns out in the morning.