raise, challenge, landscape @ Pixabay

Are you challenging me?

It’s a question that many people ask themselves when they are in a difficult situation. For example, think about the last time someone challenged you to do something and you had no intention of doing it.

You might have said “are you challenging me?” in an attempt to get out of the challenge or make them look like they don’t know what they’re talking about.

runner, obstacle, run @ Pixabay

But sometimes challenges can be good for us, such as when we want to grow our skills or expand our comfort zone (which is actually the opposite of being uncomfortable).

In this blog post, I’ll be discussing how we can use challenges to improve ourselves and become stronger! I’m going to start off by telling my favourite story from one of my college courses called “Health and Fitness.”

The professor’s name was Dr Jeff, but for the sake of this story, I’ll just call him “Jeff” (although that makes it sound like we’re close friends!).

The class had been having a conversation about how difficult some fitness challenges were in order to encourage students into taking on more challenging tasks themselves. 


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