Personal Gain - A Journey, Not a Destination
It was January 2011, and I had just had a hernia operation. I was sick and tired of looking myself in the mirror and seeing this scrawny 24 year old guy who looked no older than 17!
I decided I had to make a change. I needed to make a change in my life. I decided that once I was better, I would join a gym.
What started off as a way to get in shape and change my body soon became a daily regimen. Whether I went at 11 am or 11 pm, I made sure I went to the gym five days a week.
I started off at 135 pounds on that fateful month of February 2011. Today, I am constantly between 150-155 pounds.
It became readily obvious that my body would never be an "Arnold Swartzenegger" or a "Lou Ferrigno" but I wanted to be able to be happy with myself as a person.
I wrote this article for that very reason. Everyday we see people that bigger, smarter, stronger, or faster. The goal is to not beat them, but to beat ourselves. Today, I'm still a scrawny, poindexter, but I'm happy with my personal gain and continuing on my journey of personal enrichment.
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