of this extra training each day was to compensate for my lack of teaching. I
self-train every day; however, I also train/demonstrate a lot when teaching
(which is always separate from my own training), so this needed to be covered
by extra work. I decided to do something different.
fitness handled the extra running as my resting heart rate is 48 beats per minute. That being said, it killed my legs as after doing
two-to-three hours of karate each day, running up inclines really shocked my quads, hams and calves in particular.
I am sharing
this not to promote what I did but, rather, to emphasize how we have the choice
‘to turn negatives to positives’… And, likewise, vice-versa. Stay positive and
achieve your goals. It is our choice! In this regard, the negatives of COVID-19 have given me something positive.
for the final days of 2020.
|December 29, 2020. After 600km... Time for a drive! Happy Holidays Everyone.
Bertel. Oita City, Japan (2020).