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Fitness Momentum

Like any athletic endeavor, fitness is also a game of momentum. In this game it is you versus you though. Building your fitness momentum happens the same way momentum takes place in sports. First, you have to become inspired to take action and you have to make a plan for how you will go about achieving your fitness goals. From that inspired plan you then must take massive action consistently to achieve progress towards the objective. In sports the objective is to win against the opposing team.

In fitness, the goal is to win against yourself!

But you can’t just win once, you have to maintain the momentum that you have created, and that takes discipline. Like coach Nick Saban says about the two forms of pain in life, you have to learn to manage the pain of discipline if you want to avoid the pain of disappointment. I don’t know about you guys, but I will take discipline over disappointment any day of the week. I believe you should learn to like discipline. Become friends with discipline. Dare I say, fall in love with discipline! Nobody wants to be disappointed, and especially at the behest of themselves. Develop a positive relationship with discipline.

It’s one thing to be disappointed by someone else, but it is even more painful to be disappointed by yourself.

It’s YOU v. YOU in fitness!

You are in 100% control of yourself. Find your beast mode. What actions will you take today in pursuit of your inspired fitness goals? Do you want to climb a mountain? Take the action in the gym. Do you want to show your abs at the beach? Take the action at the infrared studio. Do you want to live longer with a better quality of life? Take the action and build the momentum in your fitness program.

An inspired plan with massive action builds fitness MOMENTUM!

Do it today…👊🔥

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Stephen P. Smith, MA
CEO and Creator of HOTWORX, Author, Former National Collegiate Bodybuilding Champion and Arena Football Player, Certified Professional Trainer


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