I had a day trip planned for this morning to a large Farmer's Market, so I woke up extra early and trained at 5:30am. It was an aggressive workout of Jumps, Clean and Presses, Squats, Rows, and Close-Grip Bench Presses.
It's all part of my TT Aggressive S&M (Strength and Metabolic) program...that I will probably never release to the general public because it is too aggressive.
But you can still use Meathead Workouts to lose fat. Check out the 2nd place, under 40 men winner. Our 17th TT Transformation Contest Winners have been announced! Congrats to everyone ... and the 18th Contest starts on Sunday, September 1st! See them all here
And if you have missed any of my TT Meatheads program...here is the latest and best
I also snuck in a Facebook www.SuccessQnA.com session:
Q from Brandi Roberts How do YOU handle stress?
Brandi - meditation, exercise, and healthy eating, and no caffeine.
Q from Michael Clanton: What is the number one habit you consider important for starting you day off in a successful way?
Michael - Getting up early. Do NOT hit the snooze button.
Q from Josh Medici: Goals are so elusive for me. How do you plan for success however different your definition of it is.
Josh - Start with your vision. Create it with my help from this FREE video
I was also asked a lot of questions in this recent interview, so I added it as a new TT Podcast
And no questions here, just a [video] Extreme 4-minute miracle fat burning bodyweight finisher for you on YouTube
Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:
Find an opportunity to play at a higher level. Get out of your comfort zone. Seek to be pushed to the potential you are capable of achieving.
We reside in our comfort zones because we let our little limitations & laziness block our BIG SELF from shining through. Find the reason inside of you that makes you really want to change. The only motivation that works is internal motivation.
What’s stopping you?
Don’t let it be your excuses. Dedicate yourself to change. Dedicate yourself to success. Dedicate yourself to action.
Take action today,
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer