Failure can sometimes bruise your ego but when you achieve failure in a workout you can be proud that you’ve worked to your true potential. When you go beyond your fear and anxiety of what you “think you are capable of” and what you are “actually capable of” you discover amazing things about yourself and your body. Check your ego at the door so that you can progress and become the best version of you. I have learned that when I fail at a particular workout or exercise, it’s because I’ve set a mental barrier “I can’t do pull ups, I’m not strong enough”. The next workout it’s game on and I remind myself that only I can put limits on what I am or am not capable of accomplishing. Trina Medves, Fit4Females
About the Author: Trina Medves
My gift is transforming women's lives. I am known to be relentless in helping women achieve their best self. I was awarded the 2016 #1 Fitness Instructor Specialist in Canada, 2015 Top 3 Fitness Instructor FINALIST for canfitpro, and Hamilton's #1 Fitness Trainer for the 2015 Hamilton Spectator's Reader's Choice Awards. I can get you to your best self. I am Mom of 3 and I will teach you all of the tools that I use myself for success.