Updated: Dec 11, 2018
"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments" -Jim Rohn
I believe that the first step to any fitness journey is starting out knowing what your goals are.
Why? Because like I mentioned in one of our previous blogs. It will keep you committed.
Starting out in your fitness journey is always the hardest part, Heck. starting anything is hard.
Finding a routine that suits you, what to eat, the best time to get your workout in, staying consistent, and staying motivated. Those are things we all struggle with starting out,
I think of the first month as the learning process.
We're all different and all have different goals. That's great and all, but it all comes down consistency.
How bad do you want it?
Are you willing to give up an hour of sleep?
Are you willing to give up an hour of your favorite show?
Are you willing to trade in fast food for a healthier option?
Would you take some time out of your day to meal prep?
That time you spend on Instagram scrolling, and before you know it you lost 1 hour of your day.
An hour after work, knowing you're tired as hell and that’s the last thing you want to do. (Guilty)
In order to reach your goals you have to put your words into action. It's really that simple.
After a month or so it will feel weird not to go to the gym. Trust us. We get better by focusing on habits, by doing the work day in and day out. You can't necessarily control the outcome, but you can control being consistent, persistent, and focused every single day you train and never missing a rep.
If you focus on your day-to-day 'work' in the gym, then results are inevitable.