Why People Struggle to Change
People struggle when they don’t see progress or have a goal. It’s like wandering around the desert. Focus on your vision and the daily progress you make.
That's why it's so important to update your status and hold yourself accountable and get support each day in our free Transformation program at musclemorphosis.com.
And create your vision with our video here
My Meathead training today: Bench, Pullups, db incline press, db row, overhead squat, bb row.
For more meathead and strength training, check out Jim Wendler's 5-3-1 programs.
If you're looking for bodyweight training, this is it:
You need to know your nutrition obstacles. Write them all down, then write down at least 2 solutions for each obstacle. This will help you avoid nutrition breakdowns. Plan ahead. Do you shopping and cooking and meal prep on the weekends, so that during your busy week you have your meals ready…and you avoid vending-machine and "leftover Christmas candy tray" regrets. Stay strong, get stronger!
If you need help with your nutrition to get back on track after Christmas, try these
Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
One day you’ll look back on how you spent your time and you might wish you had done things different. Make the RIGHT decisions now. The best way to do that is by having a vision for your life so that it will guide your actions and help you make the most of the limited time we all have in this life.
If you're feeling down or worrying, turn your thoughts outward to how you can help others. This will brighten your mood and give you a goal and reason to take action and get out of your "blah" mood. Add value. Help others!
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do." - Mark Twain
Stay strong and get stronger,
Muscle Morphosis Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
PS - ETR's Person of the Year for 2013
“Identify and replace all external authorities with internal strength and competence. Take full control of, and responsibility for, your conscious mind and every aspect of your life." - Kekich Credo #30