Yesterday's workout was supposed to have included military press, but my deltoids were too sore from an earlier Meathead workout this week. So today I snuck back in and did military press, some torso training, and meathead arms. Good times.
And speaking of good times, Team Turbulence, don't forget about your chance to win $1000 in one of the four categories of our 15th Turbulence Training Transformation contest. All the details are here
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Now for the TT Question of the day from www.TurbulenceTrainingFanpage.com
Q: How do you work around the "I just don't have the right genetic to acheive any good results" argument? My spouse and friends just seem to be caught on that as an excuse (I see it as an excuse) for not working out and taking care of themselves. - Jean-Marc
I let other people make their own decisions in life and I just live by example. Those that want to change eventually do. Or you could buy them some personal training sessions and tell them that there is a no refund policy.
Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
Never give up. Never lose faith. Believe in yourself. You've made it this far. That's farther than most ever dare to venture. Most people fear the idea of finding themselves at all. They seek comfort. They want security. But that's not living, that's hiding. You are not like that. You are an explorer, an adventurer, a dreamer, and a most importantly, a value adder. And you are what the world needs.
Past success doesn't guarantee future success. Past failure doesn't guarantee future failure. You CAN change. Don't tell me you can't, because you can. I believe in you.
If I can, you can too. Lessons from the lowest point of my life
You must look at what could be, not what you are. You can change. Things can be different. It's up to you. So much can be accomplished with a long-term vision and resilience to short-term setbacks. Stay strong, and let us know how we can help.
"Recognize your highest calling as early as possible in life."
And some blunt advice to finish off
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
PS - Don't forget...
"Avoid negative people at all costs. They are the greatest destroyers of self confidence and self-esteem." - Brian Tracy