…”Focus on your journey…a journey that never ends.(fitness)”
Spoken by the one and only Fred DeVito, founder of Core Fusion and Exhale Spas.
You might remember the last time my sis and I took a class of his last time he was in Boston. It went something like this:
That was life changing…
I didn’t think. I just moved.
And it was unreal just how motivating it was, and incredibly detoxfying. I even tried some moves I was only modifying before and I was stunned to see that I didn’t do a half bad job at the “real” version of flat back, for example. Just his encouragement was all I needed – he came by during that very move and said “tomorrow – you’ll get there” and just smiled. And I beamed with pride
Yeah, it was just like that. Again.
Only this time? I felt even more confident in my movements. Even stronger. More in control. More in the moment.
And, remember those moves I talked about mastering?
Yeah, I still haven’t mastered them. Truthfully, I never will.
As Fred said, fitness is a journey that never ends. And working through Core Fusion is part of that journey for me in such a big way. I was just so incredibly proud of myself tonight for the changes I saw in some of those moves. Moves I thought I’d never get better at back during my original Core Fusion Challenge.
The curl? MUCH stronger and more control.
Flat back/round back series? Yup, still have majorly tight hamstrings but the more I do these moves, the better it’s getting.
And I dig it. So much.
But really, it truly has become all about the journey for me. Not just with Core Fusion but with all of these fitness goals I place before me. Goals that are no longer about the numbers. Not about schedules. Not about structure.
A journey that never ends.