How committed do you need to be?
Have you asked yourself this question: “How committed am I?”
It may seem like an unnecessary question to ask considering you wouldn’t be reading this post if you were not committed to your goals and ambitions.
So let’s rephrase it: “How committed do I need to be?”
One thing that is absolute in our lives is change. It will always happen.
Our schedules change.
The time changes.
The season changes.
Even our viewpoint on fitness and health change as we progress through our own personal journey.
Changing your habits to wake up and go to an early morning workout at our West Ashley, SC gym is not easy.
Working 1-on-1 with a personal trainer is not easy, but extremely beneficial.
Some of these changes are out of our control, but others, we are in complete control of.
Change is never easy, but it is important.
And for you to reach your goals and be the person you want to be, change is necessary.
Which scenario do you identify with below?
“I want to become a model.” Here are the requirements:
Workout 6-7 days per week for 75-90 minutes per day.
Eat healthy 90-100% of the time.
Will probably have very little time for social activities.
Get 8-9 hours of sleep each night.
“I want to see my abs!” Here are the requirements:
Workouts 5-6 days per week for 60 minutes per day at most.
Eat healthy 80-90% of the time.
Will probably have to be careful when attending social activities.
Get 8 hours of sleep each night.
“I want to see progress.” Here are the requirements:
Workout 4-5 days per week for 45-60 minutes per day.
Eat healthy 70-80% of the time.
Enjoy social activities, but not every weekend.
Get 7-8 hours of sleep each night.
“I’m happy where I am, and want to maintain my current level!” Here are the requirements:
Workout 3-4 days per week for 45-60 minutes per day.
Eat healthy 60-70% of the time.
Enjoy social activities.
Get at least 7 hours of sleep per night.
Did you see yourself in one of these scenarios?
So let me ask the questions again: “How committed do you need to be?”
Did it surprise you that even if you want to see progress, you don’t have to go 100 mile per hours all the time?!
Going at 80% all the time, is always superior to going 100% some of the time.
Now is the time for you to go 80%.
The holidays are coming, and I want you to enjoy them without guilt.
But, I also want you to maintain all the progress and results you worked so hard for over summer.
You have the support system at Hustle One Fitness to help you out, and make sure you thrive, not survive, during the holidays.
Your future self will thank your current self if you commit now and keep fitness and health a priority in your life for the next 60 days.
I guarantee it!