The 3rd Law Of Fitness Success

Okay, so far, we’ve addressed the first 2 of the 4 Laws of Success:

The 1st law, The Law of Possession, in a nutshell, says:

We must each take full responsibility for our own fitness journeys.

The 2nd law, The Law of Effort, can be boiled down to this truth nugget:

We must each give our all, every time out, to achieve our goals.

Today, I give you… the 3rd law, The Law of Consistency.

What we’re talking about here is committing ourselves to making the changes needed to create a positive, life-affirming difference in your life – and stick to ‘em.

We’ll help you develop your own personal fitness game plan, tailored to your specific needs, complete with the right kind of training, and info about how to replace bad eating habits with great ones. But if you go all gung ho for about a month, and then back off – that’s not going to get you where you want to be.

With any goal you want to achieve, you must stick to the game plan on an on-going, long-term, consistent basis. Rome wasn’t built in a day, right? Optimum fitness isn’t achieved in a day, either. Optimum fitness, life-changing results are what happen when you put the plan into play, and just keep on keeping on.

You’ve probably known folks (or maybe you yourself have done this) who go on a diet / exercise plan for x number of weeks, with the idea that upon completion of that time frame, they’re all set. Done. New and improved person! And then… they go back to their old habits, and, well, you know the rest.

That notion of making changes for a finite time frame is NOT the way to achieve and maintain positive long-term results. If you want to change the way you feel, for keeps, you’ve got to create the plan, then put that plan into practice, for keeps. You find the best, healthiest ways to do something, and then commit to making THOSE your routines… until they become your new “old habits.”

Bottom line? There are no short-term, quick fix solutions to living a healthier, better life. You know what the one characteristic is among folks who succeed with exercise? They are CONSISTENT. They commit to constant, never-ending improvement – regardless of busy schedules, lack of time, energy, whatever – they make no excuses, and just keep at it, day by day. You can, too. The Inspire team and I are committed to helping you get there.

Keith

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