I came up with the saying a couple of years ago. Once you think about it, you'll realize it's harsh, but true.
"Fat loss is simple once you realize how hard it is."
Fat loss is simple once you accept how much effort, honesty, responsibility, long-range planning, creativity, intensity, discipline, thought and control the process is going to take.
I'm not saying it is easy. And it is not going to happen from a magic pill.
But once you accept how difficult it is then will you succeed.
The same goes for my goal of getting stronger. I need to step it up. Fortunately, I had a good workout today.
1) Hang Clean - 165x4x5
2) Trap Bar Deadlift 310x3x8
3A) Pistol - 3x5
3B) Glute Ham Raise - 3x10
4A) BB Shrug - 185x3x15
4B) Plank - 120 seconds, 80 seconds, 65 seconds
4C) BB Lunges - 135x8
These days I'm not doing much kettlebell training, but Chris Lopez put this 12-minute back to school KETTLEBELL workout for you
=> 12-minute kettlebell workout
Speaking of new workouts, I spent some time designing TT Transformation 3 yesterday...its looking good...interesting, and different from many TT programs.
And today's kick-butt mind-set tip was really popular too:
"Self-confidence is the surest way of of obtaining what you want. If you know in your own heart you are going to be something, you will be it. Do note permit your mind to think otherwise. It is fatal."
General George S. Patton
So be confident in the changes you are making,