One of the things working out at Flow has taught me is to be okay with being uncomfortable. That’s how we get better in our fitness, and it’s an important lesson in life. We need to push our limit to make an adaptation occur, that’s how we get stronger. We need to take risks to reap rewards. The nice, even road is great every once in a while, but spend too long on it and you’ll grow complacent. Opportunities may present themselves along that nice road, but if you’re too comfortable with where you’re at, you’ll be left to wonder “what if…?” later on.
I’ve chosen to climb. I may not climb straight up, I may zig zag, I may stumble and lose my footing, but I’ll be moving up and making progress nonetheless.