Are You On A Hamster Wheel ?
There’s a problem with ambitious athletes.
Many sportsmen and sportswomen want to reach big goals.
They want good results so badly that it becomes an obsession for them.
They are so committed to their goals that they cannot rest.
They work hard for their sport and yet, the results are not satisfying.
And they feel really tired about it.
If they don’t work hard with their body, they work hard with their mind.
They never rest.
Our society tells us to do “more”. To possess more. To do more. To have more. To be more.
The so-called “virtue” of our society lies in this word: more.
But doing “more and more” is not a virtue. It’s not a good thing.
It’s bad. It’s killing you.
Here’s the worse part:
It kills your sports performance. It decreases your results.
The irony ?
It prevents you from having the thing that you actually want.
You end up not reaching goals at all.
You train a lot, without moving forward.
You are on a hamster wheel.