I’m going to be real with you, I have stopped caring about my measurements, body fat % or how much iv grown.
I am 100% focused on learning new skills and watching my progress happen with the exercises I am trying to master.
This my “Front Lever” just over a month ago.
AND! This is my front level right now.
My back is a lot straighter and iv changed the way I am practicing it.
Learning that the way some get to these advanced exercises the way I have been reading is harder for me. I am finding my own path to these advanced exercises. The first picture I am attempting to straighten one leg while keeping the other tucked in, I am finding it’s easier to put both my legs straight up and then lower one leg slowly until its straight with the rest of my body, while keeping the other straight up.
For an example check this video 🙂
This last month I have gotten kinda side tracked with these advanced moves and have not been doing my daily work to help my back. It has been flaring up more often, so… that is something I need to focus on more! Less fancy bar work… more focus on my core and lower back. Gotta strengthen the basics before seeing anything fancy!
I have been trying to get so much better so I can impress people with my new-found skills, new found abilities. I have lost track of why I started this journey.
Starting a brand new program from 2 people I have been following on social media for a while.
Doing the first day of the program made me notice just how much iv focused on the more advanced stuff and have lost touch with the basics. I am following this program to the letter, from the beginning to the end. 16 weeks is a long time to follow a program.
Although, I did follow moveu phase 1 for 3 months straight before really seeing results!
My new goal will be to follow this Get Strong program while practicing MoveU phase 2 on my off days.
I have been doing things I never thought I could do again with no back pain, fancy pull up exercises, getting amazing flexibility and even able to go golfing!
Life is getting pretty good, and I am the happiest I have ever been!
It has taken a lot of work to get this far in my fitness goals.
This blog post was different than most, it was more of a reflection of the past few months rather than a written journal of my progress. Perhaps next month ill go back to the normal monthly blog post. I’m sure a lot more will change by then!
Thanks for reading, and thank you for being a part of my fitness journey.