Set a goal.
Set a goal that lights your world on fire and makes you want to be better.
Set a goal that is inspires a healthy dose of fear and nerves, because you know you want it badly, and you know it’s the right time for it.
That is the single best thing you can do for yourself. Right. This. Second.
If you conduct a study of everyone that I’ve ever worked with, you’ll find the following to be true:
- There are many different exercise approaches in practice. Yes, there are common fundamentals, but there is also disparity in workout quantity (2-6 workouts/week), type, and intensity.
- There are many different nutritional approaches in practice. Again, there are common fundamentals, but I’ve worked with vegans, vegetarians, pescetarians, and meat lovers alike. There is disparity in meal number (2-6 meals/day), frequency, timing, and type.
Above all you’ll find this to be true: strength of current goal is the single biggest determining factor of ensuing progress and success. Continue Reading