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Erik's Weekly Fitness Tip | 4 Things You Need

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Erik's Weekly Fitness Tip | 4 Things You Need

 

Simple, Hard, Consistent & Patient

We live in a quick fix, short attention span society. With a swift click of the mouse our package is waiting at the door in less than 24 hours.  People like new, shiny, the next and latest craze with just about everything.  Variety, complicated, quick and easy do not lend themselves to results - at least nothing worth mentioning.  Getting stronger, losing weight or placing in your age division in a local event never ever comes without these essentials:

  • discipline 
  • hard work
  • commitment 
  • a straightforward approach 

Know This

If you are truly trying to make changes in your health, it comes at a cost.  If you can come to an understanding that you must give yourself 4-6 months or longer to fully commit to a simple and hard approach, those results that you so desperately want will show up.  Rarely, if ever, do people fail because the program is too simple, they fail because they never fully commit or they get bored with a simple and straightforward approach and become program hoppers.

Stick to the plan and good things will happen!

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Erik's Weekly Fitness Tip | Easy Doesn't Work

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Erik's Weekly Fitness Tip | Easy Doesn't Work

 

Easy Doesn't Do It

Easy and strong, easy and fast, easy and super fit does not exist.  I wish it could be different sometimes because more people would successfully regain their health back.  Discipline, consistency, and doing the work are all the essential ingredients to being successful. 

But it can’t be easy because if it’s easy you aren’t that strong, fast, or fit. 

Short cuts, silly hacks, painless, and effortless will not get you healthy or strong.

Get Uncomfortable

Start being comfortable with the idea that when you are working out you will be uncomfortable, this is where you will separate yourself from the rest of the pack. 

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