Fitness / scorum-fans
Be What You Want to Be.
Who are you? Have you ever asked yourself that question? What are you talking about? I know who I am. I don't have to ask myself. Exercise [Image source] There are some points in life when you face things that you might have never imagined before. Suppose, you are a good player (cricketer/footballer). People will judge you based on your current situation. You see people praise you because of your good performance. If somehow you cannot perform as per expectation, people start saying negative things about you. Some people totally forget what you did before and try their best to let you down. You are in good shape and look great. You will get a lot of positive comments whenever you upload your picture on social media. People love to hear your story. Now they have the time to know how you got in shape, what you did, your diet, your workout etc. On the other hand, if you are not in good shape, you will not find people hear your story although you were in good shape before. We are on Scourm. We love sports. We are die-hard fans. In real life, we all are players if you think life is a game. We all are playing. This is your life. This is your game. The question is, who is going to set rules in your game? Our society does. Maybe your parents do. And you just follow those rules. If you are happy, that's fine. But if you want to do something on your own, you have to set your own rules. Do your thing [Image source] It is up to you how you are going to live your life. And when you try to do something different, you will see other people and the current system hold you back. It is what it is. Now if you really want to move forward, you have to take the pain, put your head down, and keep working. When you become successful and everyone can see that, many people will come and congratulate you. You will also see those people who always hold you back change their mind. Now those people also appreciate you and congratulate you on your achievement. There is something in life that you cannot see. If you believe in yourself, sacrifice and work hard, you will see the result sooner or later. Thank you very much for taking the time to read my post. Please feel free to comment below. And do what you love to do and be who you want to be.
Its ok to have fun while working out......
Working out should not be all boring and serious. It is ok to have fun while doing, at least in order to catch your breath after some rigorous routine. Dancing during or after working out does it for me. Although i am not a very good stepper but i try to have fun with my moves regardless. I am an extremely shy person when i am in front of the camera, especially when i am not delivering a lecture or a speech. But i can proudly say that my dance moves have improved over the years because i kept at it most times during or after my work out sessions.The video below is one of my funny moments after a long workout session. The song i was dancing to is a song by TUFACE IDIBIA a.k.a TUBABA Nigerian, one of the greatest musician to ever come out of the continent of Africa. He featured another fast rising talent from Nigeria, PERUZI. The title of the son is called "Amaka". The song was basically talking about how he, TUBABA and PERUZI were waiting for Amaka in their house but got disappointed when she didn't show up.. Amaka is a popular name amongst the Igbo tribe of the Eastern part of Nigeria.I decided to dance to this song in my SCORUM shirt because Amaka is one of the most played songs on radio and Tvs across the continent Africa presently. Moreover i am a big fan of TUFACE IDIBIA. His talent, voice, craft, music and longevity can not be matched by any other artist in this present generation, perhaps in the past too and the nearest future. Another important thing about this video apart from my SCORUM shirt and TUFACE IDIBIA is the kind of dance i was doing. Its the presently the most popular dance step in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. It is called "SHAKU SHAKU". Another dance that is making waves here in Africa is the South African "GWARA GWARA".