Let me be the 8,034th person to state that I fucking hate New Years. The only exercise I have done on a fairly consistent basis since my ACL surgery last May is Yoga. So tell me why on January 2nd (because I skipped the first due to laziness, and by laziness I mean laziness) there was basically a room carpeted with yoga mats, and warrior three left my neighbor with a neck bruise. Sorry not sorry girl.
I understand that the whole world is new year new me right now. And while I should congratulate them for beginning, restarting, resuming, or pretending they are on a new fitness journey, I basically just want to throat punch people (oh snap, I did throat punch that girl). Because here’s the thing, when you go to studio classes throughout the year, you learn studio etiquette. Mostly I learned, if you don’t want to look like a fool, stand in the back and try not to fall down during poses effectively taking out those around you. However, I learned those things. These lessons are in fact, not on a sign outside. So while I appreciate people jumping into their fitness in the New Year, if you’re falling down in Yoga I am NOT your anchor. Also, do we really need to inhale and exhale so audibly.
For my New Year Same Mollie, I did invest in an Erin Condren planner and added on the fitness bundle packet. The packet included a journal, some stickers with weights on them (to designate in my planner that I’m working out) and a food journal. We are one week deep in 2017, and I have not even opened or looked at that journal. It’s a three month jouranl to log food, water, and activity. I have decided to buy the domain http://www.fitgirlmolz.com (it’s official bitches!) and because of that I’m committing the next three months to the Wellness journal. It also means, if you read this on the regular, I will be updating my blog, instagram and twitter on the regular. Congratulations. Accountability.
So as we dive into 2017 I need something from you:
- What workouts should I try? Classes or activities? Should I train for a half marathon? Should I be hardcore? Should I try crossfit? What do you want to hear me talk about?
- What products/clothes/food would you like me to review? We already know how I feel about Lululemon. Should we keep tabs on what size you need to be before entering and not being treated like a disgusting pig? Are there other clothing lines you’re curious about? What about foods?
- What are your fitness resolutions?
- What instagram trend should I follow? I’ve done a little Fit Girls Guide. Anything else you want me to try out?
It’s our year you guys. It’s our year.