If there was a something that would make you lose the weight in the shortest time possible, don’t you think by now I would have shown you that? Quick fixes never work because the changes that are made are not sustainable. This mindset coaching article will reveal why slow and steady changes work better.
Go slow to go fast. That’s what comes to mind right away when thinking about long term change. With the microwave culture, we have now everything is instant. However, your body fat didn’t creep up past 20-25 percent overnight. It takes time for that to happen.
This may sound like a redundant article or point and sometimes people need to hear things more than once, but quick fixes never work. Because doing it “right” the first, second or third time is what matters. Giving up is totally the wrong way. Unless your gut tells you to hang it up, then keep trying.
The long game is what will change your life because of the audacity to believe that you’re worth it. Think about yourself as a ninety or one hundred years old. Because that’s where you’ll wish you would have done things differently. In other words, you’ll regret not following your heart. What do you want your life to be like?
This is seriously something I think about very often. What do you want with your life? After you answer that question and put some serious worth into it, start executing that life by reverse engineering it.
Who do I need to become to live like that?
Asking the questions is what helps most. Because quick fixes will only lead to bigger problems. It’s like fixing a leaky pipe with duct tape. It will eventually leak and flood the house. Above all, knowing that quick fixes never work will help you stay away from them.
Lastly, have fun with the Journey and the process. Coming this far only to quit would be like running 24 miles of a marathon and quitting at that mile. By the way, you’re 92 percent finished with The 365 WOD Journey and there are 26.2 miles in a marathon.
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Quick Fixes Never Work | Workout Of The (WOD) #338 | Back, Love Handles, and Fundamentals
Warm Up- 5 Minutes Cardio
- Doorway Row -15-20 Reps Each Side
- Side Plank Pulse – 15-20 Reps Each Side
- Prone Walk Outs – 10-20 Reps
- Get Up / Get Down – 40-50 Reps
Cool Down – 5 Deep Breaths In Each Pose – Down Dog, Child’s Pose, Up Dog Pose, Down Dog Pose
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