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In today’s episode, I share a live feed I recently made from Facebook about how the possibility of doing SealFit Kokoro has gone from the impossible to possible.
Yeah, I mentioned it before about the endurance that was required from 20X, thinking that I would never do the hell that is Kokoro.
And yet, here I am signed up for Kokoro 45 in September, after having faced some stories that were holding me back before.
What were these stories?
Being Polynesian, I wasn’t built for what I thought was the typical mold of men that endure Kokoro. I didn’t have enough core strength and had no lasting endurance.
There were more and there are always stories that will hold us back from what we can become, so instead of focusing on the stories, I began asking myself the following question:
Who would I have to become to do Kokoro this June?
I would have to become a man that embraces the pain, losing around 40 lbs just to keep up, but more than anything, the price required to do Kokoro will take a huge physical toll after what I experienced in 20X. I know that by signing up for the September program, I will have allowed myself the prep time needed to push and expand beyond every capacity I had ever thought was possible before now.
We are who we are, and we are powerful. We just forget.
A year ago, 6 months, 2 weeks, 4 days ago, Kokoro was not for me. But today, I signed up. It wasn’t cheap, but it’s a price to pay for what I want.
Why do this?
I have a chance to prove to myself the kind of man that I can be. My mindset is ready to train my core to become strong. I have an outcome and a date. If I’m going to pay the money to sign up and verbally commit, I better be damn ready to pay the price.
How do I do this?
Make my practices so hard that the game becomes easy.
I’m going to have to become somebody who is capable of endurance, surrounding myself with others that are also pushing themselves.
When we are able to move beyond the stories and push past the thresholds that we thought were what was holding us back, we’ll discover limitless possibilities on the other side.
* What stories are holding me back from achieving greatness?
* What is it that was once impossible for me yesterday that is now a possibility today?
* What kind of a person do I need to become in order to get what I truly want?
It is never comfortable to go beyond our comfort zone, and it requires commitment to see it through.
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