Run, walk, crawl; but never give up.
Every obstacle demands a new adaptation.
Did you know your nervous system consists of three types of neurons : sensory, motor and interneuron?
And do you know which type of neuron, amongst the three, is the most abundant in your body? It is the interneuron.
Sensory neurons sense the world around us and motor neurons act on that world. Interneuron connect sensory and motor neurons forming a complex network. THAT’S WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT.
My main intention to write this post was to teach a valuable lesson of life derived from the understanding of our own biological system.
Strength is not in the individual, but in the connections we make with the other individuals.
You may become the best at your work (like the sensory and motor neuron), but it is your connectivity (interneuron) with others that gives your strength meaning.
If I focus my energy into what others are doing,I will run out of energy to do something for myself.
You don’t need become exactly like the people you look up to.They are for reference sake.Not cheat sheet.
You make your own standard with your own strengths and weakness.You become your own unique you.
True workout is not when you push your body beyond limits,it is when you push your limits farther ahead.
Don’t break limits,expand your limits.The point is not to break but to change and become better.
Pushing the limits accommodates growth.Pushing your body is a recipe for damage.
If you think that things are easy,then it means that you haven’t worked hard enough.
Don’t embrace your weakness.Squeeze it out of you.
Looking down on people who are weaker than you doesn’t make you strong.It will just give you a temporary feeling of superiority.
Honing your skills by competing against your rivals is what will actually make you strong.
It’s tough to become perfect.Because deep down we are driven by our instincts on which we have no control.It’s the absolute or close to absolute control over your mind and body that sets you on the path of perfection.
One’s strength is judged by their endurance not success.