Whatever the resolution you made, I’m sure about 90% of you also decided to make your health a commitment! Whether it’s going to the gym 4-5x a week or starting a diet, many Americans fall into that topic every year!
Now the hard part right? STICKING TO YOUR RESOLUTIONS….oh boy, did I catch you? Have you slipped yet? Many of you will fail by 90 days and call it quits. It could be the instant results we, as Americans, desire and long to have. Unfortunately, nothing in this world comes easy, and many of you who have made a fitness resolution will see that and find it hard to continue!
Now, there will be a select few that bought those new shoes, gym membership, protein shakes, and flashy clothing and are still sticking it out and making that commitment! For that, I applaud you!
Guess what, you’re on your way to making health & fitness a LIFESTYLE rather than some game to see how long it takes before you get frustrated or tired.
Let’s face it, some of you are masters at sabotaging your own efforts. Maybe you constantly tell yourself you’re not good enough, or maybe you would rather watch American Idol instead of owning up to your New Year commitment. Whatever your reason may be, finding time to make it to the gym 4-5x a week can be difficult, especially if you’re not seeing the results your after!
This is why I am here! Let’s look at a few tips to ensure your gym time is well spent. Obviously, if you are coming to see me, you are getting your bang for your buck! You will leave feeling great, motivated, accomplished, and proud of yourself (the main things boring gyms DO NOT DO). So, take a look and remember, come see me to get started on fitness that will LAST! It’s time you enter a new era of training. One that delivers results, boosts energy, and triggers that internal motivation you long to have!
I am living my life that way. You never know what can happen in a blink of an eye. You can see a pick-up truck coming straight for you and putting your training on hold for 14 months. You can achieve greatness with every little step and every little act of kindness!
Make it your goal today to do ONE thing to help someone out today!
Until next time,
CPT, Strength & Conditioning Specialist