Starting to feel the drag of the infamous plateau. This is a concept I know well from my work in Mastery. Essentially progress is not how we assume it is. Logic may dictate that if I work on something every day, then every day I will be a little better, and if I could chart that progress it would show a nice steady line of progress. In reality, the chart is more like steps with periods of seemingly no progress, or worse, the occasional downward dip as if we are going backward. Those flat periods and dips are the plateau. This is when things get boring, and progress slows. We can think we hit a wall or some limit and give up. However, this is actually the time to focus on your practice and let the practice support you through the lulls. Eventually, things pick up again and you find yourself breaking new ground in progress.
So I am trying to focus more on moving with the music to make it more fun, and trying out different instructors to see how their style differs in class. I’m also thinking more about the martial applications to see how the little krav maga we cover meshes with the martial arts training I have had.
Diet wise, I need to get more creative and have fun with the recipes since I’m getting bored with it.