Fitness through Exercise for Life – Principles that Keep You Going for Life!




Exercising has so many physical benefits that most of us
can relate to, but what about the emotional and
psychological benefits it brings? Physical fitness, I
believe, touches far more than just our arms, arteries and
waistlines. It touches our very soul.


Tiger Woods was asked, “How do you feel about your
competition?” Tiger replied, “My competition comes not from
other people, but from the golf course in my mind.”
Personally, my workouts are not gauged on how much I can
lift that day or how fast I can run a mile. My workouts are
all about efficiency. If I can accomplish my goals in half
the time, doing half the routines, you’re darn right I am
going to do it.

In my experience, less is always more.


One of the best attitudes you can have in order to keep your
workouts going is to never be afraid to ask for help. Early
on, I realized I needed assistance. If you want to reach a
goal, find someone who has met your challenge and get advice
from him or her.


Remember the formula:


If I had to narrow the magic down to one word for getting
results, it would be consistency. If you learn nothing else,
learn this principle. Results are about being consistent.


Your body is a smart, adaptive machine. On occasion, throw a
little change in the mix.


If you work smarter rather than harder, develop a “less is
more” attitude and watch the results follow.


There’s no getting around it. Exercise takes discipline; it
takes courage. Anything you have ever done in life has taken
hard work, perseverance, and willingness to get in the
trenches. You want to feel better, so be willing to pay the
price. If not, you will pay a dear price very soon and it
won’t just be monetary.



All it takes to get started is a small amount of hope-hope
that you can feel better, maybe lose a little weight, lower
your blood pressure and stress levels, and at the end to the
day feel happier, inside and out. You get hope and then
you’re on your way!


Sometimes it takes faith from others to get us started. Some
times it may even take an act of desperation from us, but
believing that it is possible to feel better gives us
motivation to start or continue on.


Desire comes from within. It motivates us when we really
want to be in denial, make excuses or quit. True desire
starts in your heart.

It’s time you quit making excuses, quit feeling sorry for
yourself, and quit sitting on your biggest asset.

Just Move IT!

Greg Ryan is a high profile fitness expert and former employee of Kathy Smiths. Body building champion, public speaker and personal trainer to the stars. He is a best selling author of the Changing from the INSIDE OUT through real behavior change, smart eating and effective exercising. Start getting in better shape today!

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