I spent the day attempting to “reset” yesterday. I managed to clean my house, but otherwise it was a pretty lazy day — much like the one I detailed in this post from four years ago.

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I didn’t get around to writing a blog post yesterday. In fact, I didn’t get around to doing much yesterday. Because of the Remembrance Day holiday in Canada, I took the day off from the gym. I had grand plans about what I was going to accomplish during this break in my routine. Unfortunately, I didn’t accomplish anything — unless you consider shaving in the bathtub an accomplishment.

It was a weird day. I could barely elicit enough enthusiasm to change the channel while I sat on the couch from sunrise to sundown. The strange thing, however, is how I don’t even feel guilty about it.

When I do teach my classes at the gym, I’m constantly encouraging my participants to learn to appreciate the value of a conscious “reset.” In my cardio classes, for instance, I encourage them to keep working at a pace that…

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