A quick message here. I want to talk about successful people.
In my opinion, most of the time highly successful people, people that I look up to and admire and aspire to be, they get to where they are not because they are able to do what others “can’t” do. It’s because they do what others “won’t” do.
Yes, l know there are exceptions. Only a teeny tiny percentage of the population could ever be as good at football as Cristiano Ronald for example. He might be hard working, I’m not saying he’s not, but he has the kind of God given talent that most us will never obtain, no matter how hard we try. The late Professor Stephen Hawking is another example – he had the kind of intelligence that none of us could ever have.
But people like that are the exceptions! I’m talking about the majority of cases here. The majority of highly successful people made the sacrifices, put the time and relentless work and effort in that any of us “could” do too, if we chose to. Remember life is all about choices.
I’m not just talking about fitness here, I’m talking about absolutely anything in life. There’s no reason that you, me, or any of us can’t be highly successful too in anything we do. If we’re willing to put the work in, that is.
So, if you’re not getting to where you want to be in life, then ask yourself “what’s your excuse?”
We’ve just established that it’s not because you “can’t” do it. Therefore, it can only mean that the reason is the second option, that it’s because you “won’t” do it. And that sounds like a pretty weak excuse if you ask me!
So, my take home message? Just like the Nike slogan – just do it!
However, Christmas = Weight Gain. Unfortunately for most of us, that’s a fact.
One of the main problems is that we are talking about “the Christmas PERIOD”. It’s the overeating and lack of exercise that takes place over the weeks (and even months) leading up to Christmas, and sometimes after Christmas too! Think about it. Often it begins anywhere from early to mid-November, through to the middle of, or even near the end of January!
That’s potentially 10 weeks of over-indulgence! No wonder our waist lines pay the price!
But, it’s not all doom and gloom!
After all, Christmas is meant to be a time for fun with family and friends.
But that’s not to say that you can’t enjoy yourself to the fullest, without having to sacrifice your health and fitness.
Let me show you how you can balance your life throughout the festive period.
You can still have a great time, yet still stay on track to achieving your health and fitness goals!