As my journey through TNDO marches victoriously through its first week, i find myself already experiencing the changes physically and psychologically. The mere fact that I’m restructuring my frailing body gives me the sense to keep going, knowing that every day practices is a day i grow stronger, literally. As i go through my reps i did lady week, i could easily remember the ache i felt during every strenuous exercise and notice how easier it has become with only a week’s time. Despite that, i still find the time and organization to pull my training towards daytime where my energy is best suited for such efforts. My roommate Vince even theorized that my workout is best positioned in the morning, and knowing he’s a frequent gymmer, he might have a point.
How amazing it is to point out that through my past week, TNDO diffused to beyond my sports habits, but to my academic duties which i also had troubles going through. I was always the procrastinator that submitted his work 15 minutes before the deadline, while last week showed a rare event of finishing not one, not two, but three final assignments due this week and the one after. As my current week starts with a promising hope to continue, i face challenges of keeping the progress with my trip to southern France. If there is a will there is way…or better yet, if you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.