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Chase a feeling, not just a result.

I am a HUGE coffee fan.

Over the last 18 months I have invested in a really good machine for my house, buy the very best of beans and even went to a 2 hour barista training event.

Over this time I've got pretty damn good at making coffee if I do say so myself (although the latte art still needs work).

Despite all this I still generally prefer to go to a coffee shop (a boujee independent one when I can rather than a chain).

Why is this?

It's because life is more than just outcome based.

Feelings, experiences and connection is just as important as the coffee.

I really think we need to take this view with our health and fitness more.

It is no wonder so many of us are dissatisfied with our gym journeys when the SOLE reason we attend is for how we look.

The reality is even if we hit our intended weight or aesthetic target we still wouldn't be entirely happy anyway!

We should feel better for taking part in fitness be it the gym, running, pilates or tennis.

Start enjoying the feeling of putting time aside to better yourself and don't just view fitness as a 'means to an end'.

If the fitness environment you are in advocates results at all costs then there should maybe be some questions as to whether you are in the right place...

The irony of all of this?

You'll probably get better results along the way...

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