Comfort Was Never the Goal
by Lisbeth Darsh
People like to say about training and exercise: “You have to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.”
Brene Brown (the author) says the same thing about emotional vulnerability.
But here’s the thing: you can’t get comfortable with uncomfortable. It’s not possible. The meaning of the word comfortable is “free from stress or tension.” So, you cannot be free from stress/tension while being in a state of stress/tension. But here’s the thing: you don’t have to be.
See, you can just get used to it.
Pain? It’s here. The good life is not a state of being free from pain. In fact, I would argue that the good life is one where there is pain but there is also much love. So much love.1 Life is hard for all of us, you and me included. We have moments where life is more pleasant, but there’s always something we’re working on, something causing us stress or tension … and that’s okay.
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A. 3 rounds for quality
30 sec ring support
15 Back extensions
30 sec L-sit hold
B. 6 RFT
45 sec plank hold