Slow Progress is Still Progress: Upper Body

Slow Progress is Still Progress: Upper Body

My upper body has, hands down, always been my weak point. I had no muscle definition and carried a lot of stubborn body fat in my arms. I had almost accepted that I’d never have muscular arms before I met my Coach. She’s changed my world.

Since beginning my training program in February, I am actually seeing cuts of muscles I never knew I had! I’m amazed. And although this isn’t a substantial amount of progress, it is still progress. And if I’ve learned anything… it’s that you need to be proud of your progress, no matter how slight.

This is a journey… a process. It is going to take dedication, constant hard work, and most importantly- time. Rome wasn’t built in a day, right? 🙂 Focus on being better than you were yesterday, and congratulate yourself on small victories.

Because slow progress is still progress.

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