30 Day Weight Loss Plan (eBooks & Videos)
Are You Looking To Improve Your Fitness?
Fitness is not just for gym junkies and the weight loss obsessed.
There is this stereotype that those who prioritize their fitness are people who are trying to lose weight or are at the gym every single day to practice their craft. In the end, the impression of fitness enthusiasts tends to be the same: This is a large cult that you can run into anywhere in the country who spend a lot of time, money, and effort as they achieve their perfect bodies, sipping on their protein shakes and spotting each other at the gym.
Well, the good news is instead of a cult, you can think of it as an all-inclusive club (a health club, if you will), where everyone is going to support you as an initiate and get you where you want to go. Whether you want to improve your fitness for health reasons or aesthetics, you can easily fit it into your day and make sure that your goals are where you want them to be.
Anybody can benefit from improved fitness. With improved fitness comes a longer lifespan, fewer health complications, a strong body that will perform daily tasks at an easier rate, a stronger, more alert mind…and of course, your clothes will look better on you, too. If you do not want to be that guy in the gym every day that feels wrong when he skips a day, chugging his protein drinks and spending multiple hours in a day just trying new things, or that girl who you see running down the sidewalks every morning in her sports bra and shorts with her music going, her stride never breaking despite the fact traffic has made you follow her for a half-mile now, you just simply don’t have to get to that point, nor should you try to become that person in a single day if these are your role models.
What you should be focusing on, however, is constant self-improvement, because this is what drives these two fitness archetypes into this awe-inspiring (for better or worse is up for debate) level of self-discipline. In my email series, 30 Day Fitness, it is my goal to help you achieve better fitness as the email series continues forward by helping you dedicate some of the self-discipline that you practice every day for your own greater good.
Don’t believe that it’s that easy? Keep reading on.
What is stopping you from your current fitness goals is nothing more than a bad habit.
Just like smoking or biting your nails, not focusing on your fitness is nothing more than a bad habit you need to focus on breaking. You’ve trained your body to not crave the physical activity that it needs, and all you have to do is focus on trying to break this habit and get it back to its natural state.
Like any other habit, it takes only 30 days to build a habit and 30 days to break it. In 30 Day Fitness, I am going to help you with the hard part. Breaking a habit is much harder than developing a new one. However, if you have enough self-discipline, you can overcome any bad habit that is holding you back.
If you have the self-discipline to check your email every day, you have the self-discipline to give yourself a better quality of life. Why not use that discipline correctly to get that habit broken?
Of course, there are setbacks that everyone can encounter, especially those of us with busier lives, but what else is new? For every bad habit, there are a million reasons why you fall back to them. The goal is to work with what you’ve got and learn how to make your reasons work with you.
So, how do you go about breaking a habit that years of a sedentary lifestyle has developed? Well, that’s not going to be easy, but the key here is to keep yourself active, when you feel like you are too busy. There are plenty of things that you can do in the name of exercise which fits into your everyday life, including playing with your kids and pets, spending an hour deep cleaning your house, or just dancing to your favorite song on the radio. If you don’t think getting your body active could be that easy, then you, my friend, are going to be surprised when you are suddenly finding a variety of reasons to get yourself up and moving.
You can use personal inertia to make it easier to break your habit.
Anyone who is a fan of Bill Nye The Science Guy’s old TV show or is familiar with Sir Isaac Newton’s law of motion are already familiar with the fact that inertia is a property of matter and an object that is in motion stays in motion while an object at rest will stay rest unless they are acted upon by an outside force. The same is true when it comes to working out. Someone who is not used to exercising every day will not go out of their way to get themselves moving without anything motivating them to do so, and in contrast, people who are typically active are more likely to keep going with their exercise unless an injury or illness kicks them down, and then it becomes a bit harder for them to put themselves back in the saddle without forcing themselves to do so.
In the end, this can be worked to your advantage. Sure, you can use it as an excuse to go back to being sedentary, but you can also use it to push yourself to go harder. Just start out slow and watch yourself build momentum as you go. Start with a five-minute walk and then watch yourself as you get yourself moved up to a 30-minute run. Keep track of your progress is always a good motivator, and psychologically, it’s just because we are impressed by our own personal inertia.
So, are you ready to get your fitness on?
If you have made it through to this part of the page, congratulations, you have all it takes to get your physical fitness improved. You have demonstrated your interest in learning as well as the self-discipline that you will need to get yourself fit, and now all you need is the tools to get you where you want to be. I know that you’re going to be successful with your goals.
Some of the things that you can look forward to learning in the next month include:
- How to budget your time so that you don’t end up overcommitting
- When you should and shouldn’t be hitting the gym
- How to balance your current lifestyle and your fitness goals
- Busting the common “problem spot isolation workout” myth
- Some tried and true exercises to focus on a muscle group
- Coaching yourself through the most common excuses to get out of exercising
- Explaining the runner’s high and how to get it in any exercise that you want
So, what are you waiting for? A whole new life is just around the corner for you. If you are one of the thousands who have the drive to work on your fitness and have no idea how to get to where you want to go, 30 Day Fitness is your perfect companion.
For $9.95, we will walk through what you need to know in order to break your bad habit and act as that outside force you need to get everything rolling. You might be surprised to discover how easy it is once you get started.
Here is a key tip that you might not have heard about yet: Any exercise is better than no exercise, and the best exercise is the one that you like to do. When you enjoy an exercise, you are that much more likely to actually make the time to do that exercise, and if you are more likely to do that exercise, you are more than likely going to keep doing it. Which means that suddenly, your excuses are going to shift from not exercising to making sure you do exercise! How convenient would it be to have your excuses working for you instead?
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I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
Your new friend and fitness coach,