We all have our down days… however.
Nobody is motivated every day and if they tell you that… they’re lying.
Motivation comes and goes.
Which is exactly why you can’t rely on it to get you into shape.
If you rely on motivation, one day you will want to hit the gym and go “beast mode” then the day after your motivation will drop and you won’t train.
Some days you will be in the mood for eating healthy.
Other days you will want to sit on the sofa and eat chocolate all day long.
You can’t rely on watching Jordan Peter’s videos everyday to get you motivated.
You don’t need motivation to drive you… you need a reason WHY.
Something stronger than motivation… something that drives you intrinsically.
Once you discover your WHY, it will be stronger than any form of motivation.
If you are dieting to “tone up a little” you don’t have a why.
That’s wishy washy at best.
That isn’t enough to drag you out of bed at 5am on a cold, dark winter morning and get you to the gym.
All competitors have a reason WHY.
They are visualising themselves on stage, standing toe to toe with other competitors and they want to win. They want to be in the best condition. They want that feeling of winning a trophy.
All these factors are drivers and reasons WHY they should get up early, or prep food late at night, or train when every muscle is aching.
This is also the exact reason why my 12-Week Transformation Challenge is and has been such a huge success, it gives people that tangible end goal of a better, more physically able, mentally strong self-being.
Am I saying all my clients who meet me need to undergo a 12 week overhaul, of course not. But you just need to figure out what your own unique WHY is.
It could be because you want to be fit and healthy to play with your kids when they grow up…
Or get into the best shape of your life at 50 years old…
Or to join the Marines…
Or feel confident in your bikini in Marbella…
Whatever it is… you need to find “it” and getting yourself into shape will be that much easier.
I encourage you to get a pen and paper right now and write down some goals of yours.
Figure out what’s important to you and what you want to achieve.
Once you have your long term goal written down e.g. best shape of my life by 50 years old you then need to break that long term goal into shorter term goals which all align and contribute to your long term goal.
Whatever your goal is, I can help you get there quicker.
If you’re looking to build muscle, reduce your body fat – that’s what I specialise in here at Spencer Lissamore Fitness.
I’ve helped hundreds of people transform their physique, CLICK HERE if you want to see some of my success stories.
But anyway… don’t let 2018 pass you by, reply to this email and let’s talk about how I can help you reach your goals quicker.
Have a great weekend folks.
– Coach SLF.