Stop saying you want to change if you're not actually going to do anything about it.
If you want to change, take action today, even if it is just the tiniest step in the right direction. Visit a website to learn more about how to achieve your goal. Buy a book. Start reading the ones you have. Contact people who can help you.
Take that first action step. And then take another one tomorrow, and another the day after that.
Every single day from now on take another step forward toward your goal, toward the change you want to make. Never stop and never give up.
The life we lead is because of the choices we make. These are the friends we've chosen. This is how we've decided to spend our time. This is how we've decided to take care of ourselves. Our choice alone. If we want our lives to change, we have to take responsibility for the world we create for ourselves.
Channel all tempting negativity into positive opportunity. "Take nothing for granted now
have good days and great days." Lance Armstrong
Today's Training Resource:
Workout A from TT Metabolic Finishers
Q: How to use a foam roller?
Q: What's your opinion on 3 spinning (indoor cycling) sessions a week as interval training?
Physiologically, it's fine. Biomechanically, that person will end up with an overuse injury eventually. Could be in 3 weeks, could be in 3 years. But they will. And finally, in terms of efficiency, you could get the same results in half the time doing intervals on a bike on your own. BUT...if they love the sessions, it's their choice. But those are the facts.
And from www.SuccessQnA.com
Q: When you first started getting up early every day, how long did it take for you to actually feel awake? I'm on my first week of this and groggy for about an hour after waking.
I don't know, but my answer is kind of irrelevant, isn't it? What matters is that A) You will eventually adapt. B) You need to adjust your lifestyle to make it easier to adapt. That means making sure you are also going to bed earlier, with good sleep habits, eliminating caffeine 8 hours before bed, and monitoring your sleep to see what helps and what hurts. Keep it up, we can adapt to almost anything.
Change can come to anyone,
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer