It’s in our DNA to resist change and always take the comfortable option.
We love everything to be nice and predictable and anything we’re not sure of we make up little stories in our minds to rationalize it and make sense of it.
But it’s only when we really step into the unknown that we make considerable progress and push ourselves.
And it’s usually takes a certain type of person to point these things out to us.
Such as intelligent people that know what they are talking about or people that we trust to be straight, honest and accurate with us
It’s never hard to get someone’s opinion on something,
it is damn near impossible to get the opinion of someone who has been there done that
and has your best interest’s at heart!
Which is why you want to make sure you are pushing the boundaries a little bit here and there
also why I have had the same business coach since January 2016!
Had a few other guys before that where I learnt some good stuff but they weren’t someone I’d trust long term.
Someone who has no personal emotion to my life or what’s going on but that I can talk strictly business with and get excellent feedback.
it’s always good to ask yourself tough questions when it comes to your training as we see it all the time where people can get comfrotable with what they are doing.
Sometime, rarely, there can be a good medical reason for this.
But most of the time,
it’s just lazyness and complacency! (Click here to read a story about Having 7 Children and still Getting it Done)
What are you doing in your workouts that you have got comfortable at?
Every time you do a KB Swing when was the last time you said
I’m gonna go a little heavier here
When was the last time you tried a tougher variation of push up!
When was the last time you went for a heavier weight on the Squat
You get the idea
This is why it’s important to train with other people and have a coach as often as possible.
Obviously I may be ridiculously biased here but you and I both know the only time, if ever, you we’re in any decent shape was when you had a coach,
Right or Wrong?
I’ll tell you straight, doing it by yourself NEVER works
I have spoken to so many people over the years and if you think you will do it on your own you are fooling yourself.
We all need people to guide us and push us on,
In every area of our lives. No one has ever achieved anything decent, EVER, without help and support from good people around them.
Take this info and put it to use this week, where are you gonna push the boundaries.
I’m gonna hit the pool an extra time this week and hope to swim a full length without stopping and end up venturing into the deep area where all the big boys and grown ups be.
Wish me luck!!
And remember it’s vital to get the week off to the best possible start.
Think Big And Kick Ass
Speaking of new challenges.
Our 12 Week Get Lean Project is pretty much FULL in Cavan so if you want a spot be sure to let us know and we will put you on the waiting list as we already have 5 people on it for the busier time slots.
Due to this success we are starting it up in Dundalk next Monday the 1st of October and we are running 4 spots.
Monday’s and Wednesday’s at 6AM to 7AM, 7AM to 8AM, 11:30AM to 12:30AM and 8PM to 9PM.
These 2 days you do your workout with 3 to 5 other people and have the trainer there with you guiding you every step of the way.
These 2 workouts will be totally different to anything you have done before in a class or gym setting.
That might sound like a bold statement to make but I know it’s true and I’m that confident of it that we have a FULL money back guarantee that if you don’t enjoy the program and feel the benefits after 12 Weeks we will give you every penny back.
The other days then you have unlimited access to our classes, so while we may be biased
we do feel it is the ultimate program for everyday people to learn how to weight train and bring their results to another level completely.
We have about 9 spots left and I have a right few calls booked in for this week
So if your interested be sure to fill in the application form below and then book a call: