Do you have goals? Do you want to be the best at something? Are you an athlete? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have probably encountered the struggle of not seeing any results, or not seeing the kind of results you would expect. This is inevitable, and it can really be discouraging. But alas, it is NOT the end of the world. We are elite – we can overcome! Things will constantly need to be changed and tweaked in order to keep excelling and progressing. The same old thing will only work for so long before you hit a ceiling. It’s at that point we hit the ceiling where our character gets revealed. You can either give up and settle for what you got, or you can plow through that ceiling and keep going onward and forward, attaining more and even better results and goals! Continue Reading…
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Motivation – that internal feeling that makes you smile, grin and makes your blood pressure rise when you know you are about to make a new record in a lift, or sprint, or whatever it is you are trying to excel in. Without motivation, we ain’t shit! Though intangible, motivation is that thing that keeps us going through the hurt, the sweat, and the sometimes blood. Motivation makes us push through the pain, and never give up until we reached our goals!
The sad truth, however, is that motivation can sometimes be overpowered by our environment, by our bodies, but most importantly – by our minds.
WE HAVE TO STAY MOTIVATED ALL DAY, EVERYDAY!!!
This article we came across from CutAndJacked.com, called Top 5 Utimate Ways To Stay Motivated, by author Melih F. Cologlu, just about perfectly lists the very best ways to stay motivated… through thick and thin… Continue Reading…
More often than not, when someone undergoes the urge to change the way they look, along with their lifestyle, an elitist mentality is usually incorporated. That basically means, “I’m going to do this and no temptation can stop me. I will do whatever it takes.”
That’s fantastic for those that have no problems sticking to their convictions, but, let’s face it, not everyone has this trait.
Sometimes, going all out 100% is not an option.
That is no excuse, however, to do 100% of nothing. Start with changing just one small thing that you know can keep up with, and go from there. Doesn’t even matter what that thing is, just as long as you turn a bad habit into a good one.
Add a walk to your routine. Add a couple days of gym time. Remove certain unhealthy foods from your diet. Remove sugar. Take a cycling class twice a week. Whatever you want to change that you think will better your body composition, change it now! Continue Reading…