- People think they can’t start a fitness program because they’re not fit enough.
- Or, they think they need to start another fitness program to get fit enough to start another fitness program.
It is understandable though, some of the movements seen in a functional fitness gym can be complex and intimidating. Plus, there’s a social group that has already formed there. It’s like being the new kid at a high school who just moved in from out of town, it’s scary.
But, here’s a question to ponder…
Would you tell your kid not to play teeball because he/she doesn’t have friends on the team? Would you avoid learning to drive a car because it’s scary and there’s risk for injury or worse?
There is the fear of the unknown, the fear of change. But, the results you’re looking for, aren’t coming about. So, something needs to change.
You also need to like what you do in order to stick with it. Operative phrase, stick with it. If someone is switching a fitness program, especially one that is set up to have you “peak” in your fitness (a long term program for your safety and long term health), they’ll never see the fruits of their labor. They planted the seeds but didn’t ever water them.
With Friction being a “microgym”, this allows us to do things differently. We can operate with people 1-on-1, build relationships, and learn how to get them to their goals efficiently.
We are your driving instructor, we want to teach you how to use your gas and brake effectively to get you to where you want to go.
Hopefully you trust(ed) your driving instructor. We hope to build your trust in order for you to buy in: mentally, emotionally, and physically.
If you buy in, you’re in it for the long haul. Do anything long enough, and it’ll stick.