The health coach in me is getting ready to have a word with you.
Repeat after me, being disappointed is okay, just as long as you don't allow it to defeat you.
Everyone gets disappointed within themselves no matter if it is some given task, a workout, a presentation, working on a health goal, etc. We get disappointed, it is part of life. There are steps that you can actually take to help you figure out what went wrong and get you past that obstacle. Personally this is what I do and hope it can help you too.
Start off by breaking the situation down and asking some questions, like what, why, and how.
What went wrong?
Why do you feel it went bad?
What contributed to the outcome?
What can you do to make sure next time goes better?
How can you ensure you succeed or do better next time?
These questions are just examples, but are some good ones to start with. Look at your situation, breakdown it down by looking at the physical and mental aspect that came into play. Example, if your workout or run didn’t go well, what went wrong? Was it the weather, your mood, lack of proper nutrition, how were you physically feeling, or a combination of things?
Answer those questions, give them solutions and implement them.
If it was lack of proper nutrition, plan better and look at your intake timeline. Maybe it was the weather and you may need to try and do your workout at a different time or place.
There is always solution to you problem, it is just finding the right one for you. Don’t let your disappointment defeat you.
Hi guys!! Welcome to my thoughts and just some health information that I hope you can use! Let me just state this now. I am not a writer, English major, or even a blogger, so there will be mistakes in here.