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The Three Most Important Things to do in the Gym and in Life…

1) Work to your fullest potential

A study was recently conducted in which subjects were asked to complete a set of biceps curls. They were told to “work to failure”. 85% of the test group stopped at 15 reps, admitting afterward that they could have easily done more. 13% stopped at 15 reps, asked how many more they should do, then worked until failure complaining the entire time. 2% of clients pushed through rep, after rep, after rep until they could no longer lift the weight. It should be mentioned that this study was done by me today at the gym (you’re welcome, science). My research clearly demonstrates that 85% of humans are half-assing everything they do. Laundry is being washed and not dried, kids are being dropped off half way to school, peas are being served without carrots. In short, total chaos reigns. 13% of humans complete tasks fully… and hate every second of it. 2% of humans are about to take over the world because they get things done, and are awesome in the process. So ask yourself, “If you CAN do something, why aren’t you?”. As soon as you answer, tell yourself, “That reason isn’t good enough”, then get to work.

2) Let go of all expectations

If there were no preconceived notions as to what skinny looked like, what would you strive for? When I ask my clients, “What are your goals”, the individuals who answer, something to the effect of, “I want to lose weight and get in shape, but I’m not obsessing over it” are, by far, my most successful clients. The people who continually ask, “When will I see results?”, “When will I look like her (pointing to some random celebrity in some trashy gossip magazine)”, the women who read trashy gossip magazines, are my least successful clients. When you take away the outcome all you have left is the process, which is THE MOST IMPORTANT THING. Learn to trust and be patient with the process. Without it, you’ll get nowhere. That is a guarantee.

3) Correct your posture

I will never stop telling you this. You should know that about me right now. Your posture tells your entire story in a glance… make it an awesome one.

 

Yours in health, happiness, and 1, 2, 3, done,

Verity Somers

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