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I assume we’ve all heard of Jedis?
Off of Star Wars of course.
And we probably all know that they use “The Force”.
It works for them.
Doesn’t work for most of us though.
Trying to force ourselves to do something.
Something that we (at least in the way we’re viewing it now) don’t want to do.
Using willpower, motivation and the like.
Pushing, pulling and shoving ourselves every step of the way.
Force is what’s needed to make something move when it doesn’t want to.
What we need isn’t “The Force”.
It’s “The Power”.
Often that can come, at least in part, from a change of ‘frame’.
How we see the ‘thing’.
From something we think we should / need to / ought to do…….
To something we want to do.
For the benefits it brings.
Both immediately and longer term.
The sense of achievement, the camaraderie, the improved energy and mood and much more we can get instantly from exercise.
And the body we like the look and feel of more and should last better more longer term.
Ultimately, whenever there is force required, it’s unlikely to last long enough.
Force ‘runs out’.
Power keeps going.
Jon ‘Phil Taylor’ Hall