Are You Treading Water in Your Health and Fitness?

05/20/2012 at 9:03 AM Leave a comment

Every day I see club members come in, do their routine (the same one they’ve been doing for years), and leave. The workout never changes and neither do their bodies. What is that about? Don’t they know that, “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” -Tony Robbins ?

Treading Water

To those folks, let me first say good for you for doing something. That’s better than most. But, are you so easily satisfied? Have you reached where you want to be or have you resigned yourself to the thought that it’s as good as it’s going to get?

Most people can reach their goals as long as they realize that it takes work (if it didn’t, you’d be there by now, right?). It takes working at the right things (some activities, while we may believe they are helping, might not be), and it takes a plan of progression. You can’t keep doing the same program and continue getting the same results as when you started (your body adapts and needs new stimulation/challenges to continue adapting).

So, are you still getting results or are you simply treading water? Is it time for you to change up what you’re doing? If you need help with a new program, seek it out, but don’t settle for merely OK when you can achieve your dream.

Best wishes, Mark Nutting

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