Monday, June 03, 2013

London Meals and One Exercise to Do

I'm on holiday. But I still wanted to send you an update.

A lot of people ask me, if you were on a desert island, or on holiday, or simply had one exercise ONLY that you could do, what would it be?

I'd answer "deadlifts". But I turned the question around and we had a great debate over at:

Back to my holiday...we arrived in London at 11am after an overnight from JFK. Beautiful day. Great pub lunch (venison burger, no bun, vegetables, pint of Irish cider - really great) and a walk in the park. Quick workout coming up and then dinner at a place called, remarkably, "Dinner".

The hotel gym is good, and I'll be off to it in a few hours.

Now for another training message:
It's Monday and you better be off to a great start to your week! Don't let anything get in the way of your workouts. If you must, simply set the alarm 15 minutes early, get up, and pick your favorite Home Workout Revolution program. Even if it's just 12 minutes, 8 minutes or even 4 minutes long, you'll boost your fitness and burn fat. Don't let anything get in your way...after all, you don't need ANY equipment. Keep pushing and stay strong. You can make big changes with consistency. No excuses. Let's do this!

Get started here -

Whether or not you're preparing for a Tough Mudder, here's another great bodyweight workout for you to try out

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
Focus on what you can change. Accept what you can't. Keep on pushing and taking action on your process goals...and you'll reach your outcome.

Commit to doing at least one big thing first thing in the morning. Hold off email as long as you can. Only do productive things. Work hard, set deadlines, and take time off. Block your time.

This is a sure path to success. No, it’s not easy. Yes, it requires work, sacrifice, and a deep-rooted belief in yourself that you might not think you have. It might even feel like a gamble, and your journey might take you halfway around the world as you seek out greater and better opportunity...

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - If you're trying to start a side business, here's a big tip: Start by getting up 30 minutes earlier each day. Then try to find a 4-hour block each week (probably on the weekends) to work really hard on your business. Get my business building blueprint at

PPS - “At work, always be asking, Is this moving me towards my goals and Where is the profit in this?” – Dan Kennedy

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