Honestly, Ditch The Resolution And Come Train At King Strength & Performance Just Because You'll Love It
Being friends with gym rats when you don't go to the gym has to be exhausting. Truly, I get it - it's all we ever talk about, post about, and even selfie about. If you've finally given in and are actually thinking about taking your friend or family member up on their offer to check out a trial class as part of your New Year's resolution, that's great, but try not to think of it so much as a resolution.
As far as resolutions go, King Strength & Performance covers a lot of bases. It gets you in shape (and keeps you in shape), it broadens your social circle, and it forces you to try something new. The problem, though, is that resolutions rarely stick. And if you think of King Strength & Performance or anything else as a task, you may start to enjoy it about as much as you enjoy cleaning your bathroom or washing the dishes; which suck.
Instead of making training your resolution, make it a one-off promise to yourself or someone you care about. Show up just once - we offer a free 10 Day Trial for newcomers. Show up one time. If you're intrigued, show up again. You may decide that it's not your thing, but you may also get sucked into the lifestyle that makes so many of us stick with it.
None of this means that you can't set goals within your training, of course. In fact, many common goals that people set as "resolutions;" such as weight-loss, eating healthy and improving fitness happen as secondary effects of coming to King Strength & Performance. Just getting your body moving and spending more time with people who live a healthier lifestyle can push you to do the same. And by the time you get to that point, you may find that you're enjoying your new hobby so much that you've barely noticed all the other positive changes happening in your life.
You may decide that you hate training at King Strength & Performance, and that's fine too. As much as our community promotes the idea that we're for everyone, the truth is that some people just aren't thrilled about the idea of community, getting stronger and team camaraderie. If you decide it's not for you, no pressure - all you did was try something new, and you don't have to beat yourself up for breaking your resolution so early in the year.
So yes, give King Strength & Performance a try this year. But do it for you. Do it because you owe it to yourself to try a new hobby, because you deserve to make new friendships as an adult, because hey, we're on this planet for a short amount of time and we should have a constant source of happiness and health while we're here. Stop thinking of it as a resolution, and just show up sometime. Who knows? You may find yourself feeling like a new person this time next year.
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