It has already been a busy year. We are wrapping up the Open, wrapping up the Frozen Chosen and are hopefully out of the cold and into Spring (we will not discuss the rain at this time…let’s try and stay positive). We are moving out of one season and into another.
At home, many of us will go through a process of Spring Cleaning. We will pull everything out and assess what needs to stay, what needs to go. We will scrub everything and we will vow to keep it that way. If you have kids, you will vow that they will clean up after themselves. As we think about our Spring Cleaning at home, it is also a good time to step back and look at ourselves in those pristine sparkling mirrors.
We are not looking to find our flaws, but to be honest. To look into the mirror and ask ourselves the hard questions about what we want out of our training. Do we want to get stronger? Faster? Better Conditioning? What is it deep down that you want?
Get out a piece of paper, or schedule to meet with a coach to talk about these items. Make these goals the items that you want. Then once you have them…you have to ask yourself one more question…
What am I willing to do to be successful?
That is the tough one. What are you willing to do in order to achieve it? Are you willing to stay an extra 20 minutes to put in a little more work? Come to open gym and work on what needs to be done in order for you to be successful? What about changing your diet? Are you willing to get out of your comfort zones and fun zones to accomplish these things?
You answer to these two questions NEED to be written down. You need to see them frequently and be reminded that success in anything rests on you and your decisions. We can help, we WILL encourage and give you a PLAN to reach these goals.
It is time to take action…get out a pen and a notebook. On the first page or back cover write these two questions and answer them:
- What Do I Want?
- What Am I Willing to Do to be Successful?
Then schedule an appointment and let’s put a plan together! Let’s get YOU to YOUR next level!