One month had passed from the starting point and I must tell you that this mobility challenge is much more difficult than I had expected.
I knew that the road ahead would have a lot of bumps and turns.
It’s just that I haven’t thought that the speed it would take me to move from one point to another would be so slow!
In the first 2 weeks, I barely saw any progress at all. And if I had saw some little improvement, on the very next day it was gone!
It all just looked impossible.
I’m taking a different approach
Like any other goal I have achieved before, I knew I had to break it down into smaller more achievable “sub-goals”.
Instead of aiming to have success in all 3 goals that I had set for this yearly challenge, I will aim to achieve one at a time.
That way after I will achieve the first one, I’d just need to preserve it, which is much easier than building it.
I’m starting with the 170 cm split, and here is what I had achieved in the first month:
As you can see, it helps to break the main goal into smaller sub-goals!
Last month I started at 147 cm and now I’m almost at my first goal at 161 cm!
I’m positive that I will manage to get much more than I planned at the end of this mobility challenge.
Mobility Challenge – next Step?
I’m going to keep on training daily and get better and better until I will reach the 170 cm mark.
After that I will go and focus on the second sub-goal, reaching my toes while keeping my legs straight, but I will keep working on the split to preserve it.
One month had passed and I must tell you that this mobility challenge is much more fun than I had expected.
What are the challenges that you are dealing with? Do you have any goals planed?