GETTING BACK. 21 Jun 2010


I just read Lauren H's Reimmersion post.  It's pretty funny and inspiring and it brought me right back to how I was feeling after my wedding.  There's nothing like a good long break to bring you right back to where you started.  It's funny how quickly we lose strength and how much we can feel it-getting back into the studio is never easy.  Don't you wish that you could feel how quickly you gain strength? 

It's all about getting back on that horse.  Many of us cannot keep a 3-6 day a week Lithe schedule for months and months.  Especially during the summer when we need it most-the pool, the shore, summer getaways and tempting al fresco dinners take priority.  It's a new season and summer is officially here.  It's time to commit to your routine and be healthy.  I know that I'm inspired! 

Images via Cecilia Carlstedt,The Anthropologist, Lithe Instructor, Krista DeNofa on Lithe's Higher Power band system & Lauren Boggi for Everlast via Dominic Episcopo.


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I'm inspired too. It has been so hard getting back into lithe in little baby steps as my ankle heals. I want my lithe body back too!! So lithe here I come again!

Rosemary - the drive and motivation to get back is over half the battle so you are that much closer!

It's really heartening to hear that everyone -- even Lauren and the other Lithe instructors -- struggle with coming back from a break. Just one more thing to love about Lithe: it promotes honesty, not ego!

Perfect timing, as I too just returned from my wedding and three weeks of non-Lithing!

I am starting "easy" (easier, at least) with Floored but will ambitiously head to High Mini on Saturday... I am mentally preparing already!

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