The most important key motivation
I hope this entry finds everybody well and gearing up for the new year. As you anticipate the new year, and formulate your New Year's resolution, I want to talk about what I think is the most important and most integral part of achieving your goals, and that is motivation.
I'm not talking about the rah-rah type of motivation that you see on Instagram or even here on TV, I'm talking about that motivation that lies deep within you, the fears that you may have, the motives that drive your subconscious. These are the motivating factors that I want you to write down in what I call the motivation journal. Reason being, is there is going to come a time during your program where you don't feel like working out, where you don't feel like eating right. Inevitably you will hit this wall, and this is when I want you to pull out that motivational journal.
So many times I hear clients tell me that they like where they are and at these want to maintain. However, there is no such thing as maintenance. You're either getting better or you're getting worse. You're either progressing or you're regressing. What I like to tell clients is at the end of the day, you want to look at that person in the mirror and be able to say that the person you see looking back at you outperformed the person that you saw yesterday. At the end of the day, your competition is you and solely you.
I wish you all the best going into this new year, and hope that you reach your New Year's resolutions. As always, if we can help in any way feel free to contact us anytime.