Tuesday, September 24, 2013

The Squat Burpee Reset Post

Great workout at the YMCA.

Squats, db press, snatch-grip deadlift, DB row. Heavy.

If you prefer conditioning, then go here:
- www.challengeburpee.com (over 50 burpee variations from a hot chick with ripped abs)

After training I biked home for a www.turbulencetrainingfanpage.com and www.successqna.com session, where I received a great question about getting out of a rut. It tied in nicely with something I wrote on my TT member's site today:


Stop. Wait. This is all going a little bit wrong. Back it up. Rewind.

Better yet, hit the reset button and let’s start again.

Erase those bad habits. Pick up our tempo. Restart again on better habits at a faster pace. We can do better, we can do more, we can fix this, let’s sort it out.

No matter how bad the day started, no matter what’s gone wrong this week, all we need to do is hit a personal Reset button in our minds and we can be back on track in no time.

We don’t need to wait until January 1st.

We don’t need anyone’s permission.

As soon as a mistake is made, we RESET.

If we have to deal with a dip in life, just RESET.

If negative people have just surrounded us, coating our minds in their toxic waste, we simply need to take in a big deep breath and RESET.

We cannot control what other people do. We cannot control what happens around us. But we CAN control what happens within us. RESET.

Worry not about others. RESET ourselves.

Worry not about external events. RESET the internal environment.

Return yourself to the correct position for success.

Bad days. RESET.

Good days. Keep going.

Great days. RE-DO.

Never forget you always have that little button under your control.

Just like on my old Nintendo 8-bit back in ’89.

When things aren’t going your way – RESET.

Go back to zero.

Start all over again.

Take back control.

Take action.


And win.

So if you need to get out of a rut, do this:

Create your Vision. It always comes back to your vision. Create yours with this video. It will power you on to everything
- www.ANewAmericanDream.com

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - It's time to re-take control of your success.

Let me show you what has worked for me to overcome a past addiction:
- http://send.earlytorise.com/HowtoGetBackonTrack

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