You already know that working out releases endorphins that can work wonders to increase your happiness and general mood. (* Please insert Elle Woods & # 39; quote here *) But sometimes sweat brings you with a symptom that you usually associate with sadness (without the pain): Tears.
In this situation, Britney Vest was not even in this situation or twice but several times. She recently shared her experiences on Instagram to shed light on the sensitive-crappy side of fitness.
"I would definitely call myself an emotional person, but I never thought I would cry during a workout," she wrote. "When it first happened, the teacher talked about so many things that resonated with me, that it felt like she was speaking directly to me, seeing between her words and the time we were doing the exercise I tears slowly rolling down my face and a tight neck Not necessarily boohooing, but still tears and as sad as I felt, the tears released helped me feel free. (Did you know that your sweat literally
"Another time it happened that I was in Bali for retreats. I was an obstacle race and I felt like I was dying a bit when I ran it. "Continued." I've been thinking all the time as I fought over how fit I was a year or two ago and was so frustrated! Also, I let the self-doubt crawl into my head and then it went downhill. As soon as I crossed the finish line, I burst into uncontrollable tears and I was shocked that it came out that way! But it did and I thought it was what it was! "
Pound weight loss journey is part of the reason why fitness can be so emotional for her." What always makes me so proud is that I have not given myself up, "she wrote." In the last 8 Years ago I managed to maintain a kind of training program, and I loved it and look forward to it! But man, oh man, it has its hard days! As an adult, I sometimes feel that we are over-expressing our emotions, and it's okay to let those emotions flow in the form of tears! (See also: Experts explain why yoga can not stop crying.)
And it has a point, it can not be denied that fitness can really be a form of therapy if you are open to it, it is not It's just a way to get out of the real world to purify your mind, but it's also an opportunity to process what's going on in life – and when you sob, it's fine.
How Vest himself says, "It does not make you weak and it does not make you a baby either. It makes you a human! If you have ever cried during training or know you are not alone! It happens to the best of us! "