There is never one answer, nor is there any wrong answer. You just have to be authentic with yourself. Ask yourself, "Why do I train?" Then sit, and wait, and see what comes up. For me, asking this question on paper, in the form of a journal, really helps me layout all the mess of thoughts, emotions and impulses, to make linear sense and thus discover, through the flow of consciousness, what I'm authentically feeling. Perhaps it's something to discuss with someone close to you. Perhaps it's a solitary question. Whatever method you utilise, do it. Do it now! Ask the question and see what the authentic answer is... You may be surprised, or perhaps you will just confirm a strong willed intent that sustains you over many years. However, some challenging or revealing reasons for why you train, could re-focus or channel your training into new growth. Life's too short for inauthentic motivations. Live your truth. Try it, see what comes back to you.
Travis de Clifford