After becoming relentlessly consistent with your movement patterns you now have the freedom and energy to do something that will serve you better. Versus what happened before, which was to waste a ton of mental energy mustering up the motivation to go workout. By the time you get to this stage in the game, WOD #246 will be just like putting on clothes. Understanding what it takes to become relentlessly consistent with your movement patterns is like when a toddler first starts to walk. It's Continue Reading
Workout Of The Day
Here is where you find the workout of the day to gain strength, lose the fat and start to believe in YOU again.
With each and every workout of the day done you will quickly see what and why it's important to stay consistent.
There WILL be times when you will want to quit and when that happens simply try ONE MORE TIME. Try one more workout of the day (WOD) and then at the end ask yourself if you regret trying that one more time.
If you said "Nope I don't regret it" then THAT is PROOF there is change happening.
Keep up the good work and if you are looking for a specific number of workout of the day (WOD) all you have to do is type in the number after the address JedKobernusz.com
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