It’s about gritting you teeth and following your nutrition plan – even if you don’t want to.
If that sounds like hard work then let me throw another quote at you...
“Do something today that you’re future self will thank you for"
I don’t know who said that but it motivates me.
And it helps me be more disciplined.
What we do or don’t do today won’t change the here and now much but it will change what happens to us tomorrow, the day after and the day after.
It’s about doing things consistently, even when you don’t want to.
Like saving money today for the house you’ll buy tomorrow.
It’s like the medical student studying until 4am because when they pass the exams to achieve their dream and become a doctor.
Do something today that your future self will thank you for.
If that resonates with you and if you’re serious about making REAL changes in your life then I strongly recommend you DO these three things.
The first is to set a goal.
You need to know where you’re going and you need to be able to measure how close you are to your goal.
Take measurements, keep score and review these weekly.
Second, find an accountability partner someone you can rely on and share the journey with.
The positive pressure of having someone can drastically increase your chance of success.
What you do need is someone who’s going to make sure you’re doing the work, supporting you when you need support and shouting at you when you need to be shouted at. (this is why accountability coaching is such a big part of our program)
Last but not least - be accountable to a group.
Just look at the success and popularity of our personal training program
Its not just an exercise class; they’re getting individual attention but also have camaraderie and are working towards a common goal. Imagine working out with people just like you…seeing a women in her 50s doing something that she couldnt do 3 weeks earlier is so motivating!
In the group you push yourself more so you’re not the weakest link and you push yourself to make sure to keep pace with everyone else (and to keep our trainers happy).
Strange as it may seem - we’re social beings and working in a group triggers our basic instinct to fit in. And results show that!
Let me summarize this for you:
Write down your goals
Be accountable to yourself.
Find an accountability partner.
Join our personal training program
It’s all simple stuff (like the best advice always is).
East Meadow Personal Training Studio
514A East Meadow Ave
East Meadow NY 11554
Massapequa Personal Training Studio
4150C Merrick Road
Massapequa NY 11758