1. You should never give up on anything that is not for your best interest or does not bring you closer to the things that matter most in life.
2. Worst case scenario, quit crossfit and do something else for a while; pick up your passion again later (with love) after taking time to re-evaluate what means more to you in life
3. If something doesn’t feel right, change it!
4. There will always be other CrossFit gyms out there; find one close to you; follow the company guidelines but stop if they are not beneficial or fun for you anymore
* these are just my opinion based on personal experience – everyone’s journey may be different
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that offer both Jim Stoppani, popularly known as the ‘Yoga Guy’, is someone who popularized yoga in America. He’s now well-known around the world—in fact, he’s an accomplished pilot for his return to piloting after losing part of his vision due to macular degeneration (he lost vision in one eye because of diabetes). Despite these afflictions, he still keeps himself fit by managing numerous projects simultaneously. We found out that Stoppani also runs several online home workouts that are tailored specifically for people with disabilities or chronic pain. We spoke to him about his preferred brand, what to do when you can’t afford a gym membership , and which freestyle workout is best for everyone. What I Need To Do To Do A Home Workout? “Every day at home without me knowing it.”