I would say I am “mildly athletic.” I played sports in high school, got out of shape in my twenties, and discovered distance running (and by distance, I mean I prefer 5Ks to half marathons, but have done both and everything in between) before I had my first child.
Anyway, my husband, the one who does PT every day and can take a month off and pick it back up like it’s nothing, always tells me I need to lift weights. To which I respond, “you need to lift weights” in a mocking voice, and walk away in search of a snack.
Don’t Be Afraid To Ask for Guidance
Embrace Your Current Status
But with these wide ranging abilities in one class, it’s easy to just shrug and realize that everyone is running his or her own race. I am trying to get myself to a better place than I am right now, not catch up with Ms. Muscles in front of me.