12-5-18... Change....

Someone once said, doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.

Tony Robbins says that the pain of staying where you're at must be greater then the perceived pain of changing the behavior in order for that behavior to change.  Therefore, if you're aren't uncomfortable enough with where you are currently, the change that you are wishing for will not happen.

We all say we want abs, or we want a million dollars or whatever else it is we want to happen, but our behavior says otherwise.  In reality, we are in love with the idea of those things happening, but we aren't in love with the amount of work or perceived amount of pain we would endure if we actually took on that endeavor.  If we truly wanted those things to happen we would change our behavior enough to allow for results to be achieved.

If you truly want to change to happen you have to do one of two things. If not both.

1) Make the pain of where you are at greater.

This can come from many different sources.  Often times, we hear in consultations of a triggering event.  A health scare, or a doctors diagnosis, or someone close to us has a heart attack, or even we tried on a pair of jeans or had a party and nothing fit.  Then we make a decision that it's time to change because it's painful to stay where we are at.

You can do this artificially.  You can just make a decision that this place I'm in needs to change.

2) Realize that the perceived pain of starting isn't as bad as you think it's going to be.

Everyone thinks, I can't do that, I can't do hard workouts, I can't get up early, I can't make workouts several days a week, I can't eat well.

All those things go through our mind and we decide not to start because it's too hard, or the pain of giving up something is too much.  The key to overcome this is to just start.  You see, once you get started, continuing becomes fairly easy.  Just set yourself up for success with a few habits that will yield results.  If you need help here as a coach.

Once you start you'll realize that it really isn't that bad.

So in closing as we go into the holiday season.  Let's be honest with ourselves.  Do we really want change? and if so, what you going to do to make it happen? 

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12-5-18

Strength:

Bench Press while resting complete sets of auxiliary work

Workout:

Power clean x 3

HSPU x 5

Burpees x 7

6 rounds for time



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