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Why do I train?
Many people have asked me WHY I train.
Why do I do all these crazy handstands and weird things?
Why do I love training so much? and what do I train for?
I train first of all because I love it.
I love the feeling before, during and after I have trained.
I love the adrenaline before, I love the hate-love pain in my body during, and I love when the endorphins are pumping all around my body.
I train because it is good for my body.
I train because I want to be strong, in my everyday life.
I train because muscles around my neck reduces pain.
I train because when I do, it is the only time I’m not thinking about the pain in my neck.
When I train I come to my ”happy place”. It is like a zone, a bubble and I don’t think about ANYTHING else except the exercise I am doing.
I am just ”here and now”
It is a wondeful feeling and I wish I could train more.
I train as much as I can because of the positive outcome I get from it.
It makes me so indescribably happy. I become a better person when I train.
I have so much energy in my body, so if I don’t train I can be too much.
It is my responsibility to handle all that extra energy, so I train.
What do I train for?
As an elite athlete in the background I am so use to train towards a goal, a BIG competition.
And I miss that. I am thinking about different things I might want to train towards. But I am not 100% sure yet.
So right now I trying all different kind of training styles, to get the experience…so I can help more people in the future with my personal training.
I am training to encourage, motivate and inspire others to do the same.
I am doing all these ”crazy” handstands because I want to show that if I manage to do all that after a broken neck, then nothing is impossible.
Just look, the word itself says:
I ’M . P O S S I B L E
These are some of my ”WHYs” …
I think it is important to know your own WHY.
Do you know why you train?
If you don’t know WHY you are training, it is easy that the motivation drops.
Find a training-style you enjoy, do it because you like it.
Do it because it is good for your body and soul.
Find your why and the training will become so much easier.