It was 4:50 a.m. when I pulled into the Madison Central parking lot. I blinked, looked around and didn’t see many cars. Was it Senior Skip Day? Had the bad weather the day before scared folks off? Then the urge to skip hit me. But I got out of my car and proceeded to have good, tough workout. I was on autopilot. Even the siren song of my pillow couldn’t suck me in.
(In everyone’s defense, most everyone showed up by 6. We had a pretty good turnout)
Habits rule us. By now — 14 days of workouts later — a new habit is forming for you. That habit helped me overcome my inherent laziness.
If you want to change your life, change your habits. It’s hard. But so very worth it.