Why would you pay someone to run on the treadmill or box in
the park. Why pay when you can run for free out in the beautiful
sunshine and you can do situps and pushups and squats and
lunges all on your own at home or pretty much anywhere really.
The answer is: if we don’t pay or are not made accountable,
we don’t do…I’m generalizing just a tad.
But I’ve seen it time and time again. People sign with
me for PT when they join the gym and they are all fired up
and they learn a bunch of great exercises and know the ins
and outs of cardio and interval training. But when the PT
stops so does their training. Even though they are still paying
gym membership, even though they have previously invested
time and energy to making their health a priority. They still
fall short of obtaining the results they deserve.
just make excuses and there is no consequences as we have
no investment financially or emotionally. We don’t do
unless we are committed to meeting someone else for exercise.
As a result we find ourselves out of condition and trying
to face the stresses of life without having the energy or
drive to cope. Life is hard enough when you are at your peak
physically and emotionally. How can you expect to give 100%
to your job, relationships and family when you are always
feeling tired and rundown.
a vicious cycle. Let’s use this and manipulate this
cycle into a positive one. Here’s an example: The better
your overall health the better you sleep. The better you sleep
the less stressed you are when you wake up. The less stressed
you are when you wake up, the better your relationships with
your collegues at work (well hopefully). The better your work
relationships the better you feel psychologically and emotionally
(this is huge because we spend a lot of our daily hours at
work). The better we feel inside the more likely we are going
to make sensible food choices. The better we eat the better
we look. The better we look the more confidence and less emotional
baggage we carry. The less baggage the more effective we can
be with family, friends and relationships. The more we appreciate
our relationships the happier we become. And isn’t that
our ultimate goal…To Be Happy…
is Robbie signing out…