Back on the Tracy Anderson wagon

Previously, I had tried Tracy Anderson’s 30 day method but I fell off the wagon.  I’d sail along nicely for awhile, completely committed and then it would all turn to custard.  Why did this happen?  It was because I wasn’t doing it for the right reasons.  I was doing it to please someone other than myself.  I was doing it to mould myself into the way someone else wanted me to be.  I have a habit – a terrible habit of wanting to be exactly the way other people want me to be – whether it be my body or working in a job I hate or the colour of my hair.  So I’d become obsessed for a while and it would be all I could focus on but when I could never achieve the results I wanted or rather the results someone else wanted then I’d give up and be overwhelmed by feelings of failure and my self worth would plummet.

So, what’s different this time?  This time it’s about me.  These last few months I’ve learnt that I have to be comfortable in my own skin and that other people should love me for the way I am or at least accept it.  They should also want better things for me than sometimes even I expect for myself.

So, I’m back on the Tracy Anderson workout wagon and this time it’s for me:  I want to be healthy and feel good about myself – for myself – I’m not setting unrealistic goals this time around.


2 thoughts on “Back on the Tracy Anderson wagon

  1. hey.. I totally agree with you.. it’s so nice to hear someone else saying it.. I was doing the Mat method and was doing it all for the wrong reasons too. I wanted to impress this guy I had liked for ages and he is super fit and always dated good looking girls.. I did go out with him and I fell off the wagon. I realized he was a prick! Now I’ve ordered the Abcentric and waiting for it to arrive.. I can’t wait to start.. this time I’m doing it just for me.. and my attitude is if you didn’t want to go out with me when I was a bit chubby and only want to when I’m skinnier then you’re not worth it to me and just superficial! At least I know Tracy anderson works so I’m excited to see how it goes!

    • Absolutely! You have to be comfortable in your own skin. If someone doesn’t want you the way you are then they aren’t worth your time. Love is supposed to be unconditional.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s