I must be getting old. Much of today’s younger generation seem soft, socially awkward and selfish. I’m not alone in pointing out the negatives traits of kids as there are plenty of other grumpy buggers out there too! The finger pointing may well be justified but in doing so I neglect my responsibility to shape the next generation. Why are things turning out this way and what can be done about it?
It doesn’t matter if you are starting out on a fitness journey, becoming disillusioned from a new year’s resolution, your ego provides the blinkers to reality that will stop you achieving your true potential. An ego can raise its evil head in many ways. We will discuss the Big 3 - ‘Excitable’, ‘Know-it-All’ and ‘Embarrassment’. At the front door of the Jungle, we offer our rules (positive, supportive, hard working, fun) but this could all be summarized in ‘leave your ego at the door’. By addressing the Big 3, I hope to open your mind to what might be holding you back.
One of our guiding principles, Feabhas (improvement) tells us never to be content with how we did things yesterday. We must continue to progress towards excellence. As always, our Members’ feedback is most respected and appreciated. Our People make Tribal Fitness what it is. Please see the improvements we’ve planned so far:
When Bananno Pisano designed the Tower of Pisa, he had hoped for a magnificently tall and strong structure. What finally eventuated after many years of painful construction was a wonky tower. Why?
I believe everyone should ask themselves the question above before commencing a fitness program. Unfortunately a lot of people are misinformed or away with the fairies when they look in the mirror.