The ONLY Way To Succeed In Your Workout Program!
I've been a personal trainer for about 4 years now, so I've talked to a lot of people looking to improve upon their workout program.
And after speaking with them, I realize that we're all so much alike. I'm willing to bet you're just like us, whether you want to admit it or not.
So, I want to take a minute to tell you, honestly, what I think of you, me, and everyone else I've had the opportunity to speak with, either in person or online.
What you're capable of achieving in your workout programs is absolutely amazing. But what you're willing to settle for is so much less.
You have more vast potential in you than you'll ever know, but for some reason, it goes unrealized.
It may be bodybuilding or in your chosen work and career path.
It may be in relationships or your finances.
I can speak from personal experience that anything you can THINK of achieving can be done.
Just a few short years ago, when I was 240 pounds and VERY overweight, competing in a bodybuilding show was the furthest thing from my mind.
But when it entered my mind, the wheels began turning, an image formed, I focused on my workout program...
And less than 3 months later, I was onstage wearing nothing but a small piece of fabric ;-)
But losing 50 pounds of fat all began with a thought.
And now I'm lucky enough to earn a very good living as a fitness trainer and writer helping people realize their fitness potential as well.
Now, do I mention any of this to brag?
Nope, of course not. I just want to let you know that if this knuckle head
(yes, me) can achieve these things, there's no reason why you can't get what you want.
Believe me, success with your workout routine is mental, not physical.
Once you form an idea of the body you want, you then have to create enough desire to go after it. Combine that with a proper weight lifting program and there's absolutely NO WAY you can fail.
Like I mentioned earlier, I've trained a lot of people, people who are like you and I. Some succeeded incredibly, while others did not.
What made all the difference?
1. Those that succeeded in their fitness goals KNEW just a little bit more than those that didn't.
2. But more importantly, those that succeeded in their goals also DID a little bit more in their workout programs than those that didn't.
So, as you can see, knowledge is only power if it's put to use. And every single person I've talked with has within themselves their own power to change.
Do YOU have it in you?
A person can or cannot achieve something based solely on the measure of their thinking.
So take thinking time. Take planning time. Decide what it is you want to achieve with your fitness goals.
Do you want to lose fat? Build more muscle mass?
Maybe you want to compete in your first show or just impress the man or
woman of your dreams.
Whatever you can think of, you can have.
Just go after it. After all, it's a personal decision to do so. It just takes action, consistent action.
So, whether you feel you're ready or not to get the body you want, begin today. Begin right now. Use what you have, the knowledge you possess, to get moving.
Then, you can always add to that knowledge as you go. You can buy some books or courses or even hire a personal trainer to design a workout program at your gym. The best investment you can make is one in yourself.
But don't wait until you can "afford" those things, they're not needed. Start doing now. Then you can start having.
Again, what you're capable of achieving is nothing short of amazing. But what you're willing to settle for is usually mediocre.
You have more potential than you know what to do with.
Start realizing it.
Be the best bodybuilder you can be. Treat every workout as if it's your last.
Make each meal the best it can be for you. All these things add up.
And that, dear reader, is the only way to succeed in your workout routine.
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