“Don’t watch the Clock; do what it does. Keep Going.” – Sam Levenson
Physical exercise has always been a huge part of my life. Having come from a sporting background and then going on to study a very physical course at drama school that consisted of gymnastics, aikido, stage combat training, fencing, horse riding, archery and much more. It goes without saying that fitness is at the very core of my being.
We often refer to fitness as “chicken & broccoli” and living a tedious lifestyle. However for me fitness is so much more than that, it aids me with focus and a strong healthy mentality with life.
I have found that allowing time in serenity for myself each day to improve my physical health, helps me profoundly. Which in turns goes co-in hand with balanced stability for my mental clarity in my opinion. Beginning my days by investing time in myself through meditation and physical activity allows me to then feel as though I can give my soul and energy to others through my craft.
I class Fitness as anything that gets you moving and doing something you enjoy. Whether thats long walks, the gym or sports. Fitness for many years has brought me structure, strength and positivity to my daily routine. There is an element of self understanding I have discovered through fitness. A process of exercising daily by utilising individual motivation’s has helped me understand my limitations, a philosophy aiding me to discover a further searching of one’s self appreciation and boundaries.