“Energy is contagious, positive and negative alike. I will forever be mindful of what and who I am allowing into my space.” – Alex Elle
Starting a new fitness journey or joining a new community of people can be incredibly intimidating. And understandably so!
You have decided to make a change in your life and have entrusted this new group of individuals with how that experience is going to go. It could absolutely flourish and you can make the most of the journey by surrounding yourself with people who support you and build you up.
At the same time, you can easily become discouraged our struggle to meet your goals by surrounding yourself with negativity.
We strive to be the former…not the latter.
One of the pillars of District H is Community and one of our core values is Inclusivity. The reason we have prioritized our culture of inclusivity is to ensure that our members are making the most of the incredibly courageous decision they made to change their life.
Although the decision was a personal one, it doesn’t mean that you have to be alone during your journey to your best self. In fact, I would argue that the experience is enhanced when you surround yourself with the right tribe.
At District H, that tribe includes people of all ages, occupations, races, genders, sexuality, religions, and political viewpoints. These are things that DO NOT define us. What defines us is our shared or common goal of being better versions of ourselves.
The days where we aren’t at our best…where we feel like we are failing to meet our own expectations, goals, or even core values…that’s when a strong community of like minded people can help pull you forward when the energy isn’t there. We ALL have struggled.
What you will also come to find is that the little free time you have during the week will mostly be spent at District H. We try to make that hour of your day the best it can possibly be.
You will probably not necessarily remember the cues your coach gave you or what your weight or time was in a particular workout, you will most likely remember the friendships made and the experiences shared.
You are always welcome at District H.