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In fitness, like life, you face many obstacles. None of the obstacles you face will ever prove more challenging than when you face yourself. How many times have you seen your fitness journey through to the end? If you have not, what’s stopping you? If you answered “me”, you are correct. Most people sabotage their efforts before they really get started. Here are some helpful tips help you overcome self-sabotage and finally achieve your fitness goals.
- Reprogram your thinking. There is a popular saying, “You can’t build a positive life from a negative mind.” The same is true for fitness. Eliminate limiting beliefs and thoughts. Eliminate the words “I can’t” and replace them with “I am”. Do not focus on what you may not be able to do. Instead, focus on what you are capable of performing. For those things you may not be advanced enough to perform, it is not a matter of “I can’t”, but rather, “I can’t right now.” Your perspective is everything when it comes to achieving what you want.
- Stop comparing yourself to others. While it is perfectly normal to aspire to reach a level someone you look up to has already achieved, do not make the mistake of comparing yourself to that individual. Comparing your start to their middle or end is a sure way to derail your fitness goals. Remember, you are not competing against anyone other than yourself. Focus on becoming your best version of you. Maintain a photo journal to see where you started and how far you have come. It’s only you versus you.
- Manage your outcome expectations. Be realistic in your expected outcomes. If you have never run a day in your life, do not expect to run a 3K in one week. Fitness, like anything else worthwhile, takes time. Take your large fitness picture and break it into smaller, manageable parts. Rather than attempting to sprint to the finish line, pace yourself for the full length of the race.
Putting these three tips into practice will yield incredible returns on your fitness goals. All change begins with self. In order to do better, we must commit to being better. Change your mind and you can most certainly change your life.
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For five years I was heavily involved in the Greater Kansas City Chapter of People to People. Our signature program is sponsoring international military officers that are selected for the Command and General Staff College program in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. I have sponsored officers from Morocco, Tunisia, Kenya, Botswana, Malawi and this year Canada. After a few year hiatus I am thrilled to be back doing something I love.