Remember to Play

It’s important to play. Even as a grown up.

Firstly, don’t take yourself so seriously.

Sure, there’s a time for it. But at the end of the day, what is all of that seriousness for if you can’t laugh at yourself, and enjoy life.

From a physical training perspective, it’s super important to round out your time in the gym with some form of play on the field. (Any field.)

Movement must include at least some unstructured components.

In the non-physical realm, there is endless opportunity to bring play into your work & personal life.

In conversations, relationships, games, even projects.

Children understand all of thing without thinking about it.

It’s only ourselves that have forced ourselves to forget.

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