Have you ever noticed how much adversity you face when you try to do something new?
Maybe today for you it’s a new fitness goal, a new job, or even trying a new workout. Maybe you’re trying to adopt new habits, whatever it is, remember this phrase, new level new devil.
Think about it, you’re doing something new, and you feel like everything is coming against you, or people are trying to make you feel like you aren’t good enough, you don’t know what you’re doing, or you’re going to fail, or what about when your worst critic is living right between your two ears?
This is a stomp, your Holy foot pep talk, take yourself to the next level, and own your space… you are God’s property kind of moment.
My friend really wanted a new job, she trained hard for it, and she got it, but she noticed the women there didn’t really like her, they talked about her behind her back- they made her...
Hey, sisters in Christ, I recently interviewed Colleen Fotsch. She literally is the embodiment of Strong. Confident. His.
She's a data analyst and a five-time all-American swimmer at UC Berkeley, where her team won many championships, and after college, Colleen got into CrossFit. She competed at the games and the regional regionals multiple times as both an individual athlete and in the team division, and she had a first-place finish in the 15.5 where she was the fastest woman in the world.
In 2020. Colleen was also recruited to join the USA Bobsled team. She’s been an athlete all her life, but she has her own struggles too.
“Yeah, absolutely. I've had two major injuries. I had a torn rotator cuff from just overuse from swimming, which I didn't get surgery on or didn't know was torn until I was midway through my CrossFit career. And that kind of...