Back to 2012 when swimming was my favorite sport until I realized that I should change to something more challenging and this was more than a physical change, I’ve grown so much stronger mentally! Pushing my self everyday to achieve a never ending goal! I’m so proud of where I’m today, how much I’ve learnt from this process. This post is to motivate and inspire others to change their lives! F... what People think, people will talk regardless so let them be and achieve your goals. 💪🏽
Back with 💯% in the motivation club 💪!
I wish I could bottle my motivation and given it to everyone or just spray the thing into the air! 😆
You need motivation to exercise? Here! Heck, I'll come with you and cheer.
Motivation for healthy eating ? Here!
Motivation to take a plunge at something in your life? Here!
#love the feeling of being consistent and feeling the changes to my body and mind!
Confession: I hate working shoulders. They've always been my weakest point and in my early days of lifting I skipped quite a few shoulder days.
The single best piece of advice I can give you if you find yourself in a similar situation is to make yourself do dropsets, supersets, or both. Stay focused on every single rep and make them count. Never go into the gym without a plan or course of action. This doesn't mean that you have to know every little detail of what you're doing, but get down the major points of what you're wanting to accomplish. For me personally, a typical shoulder workout will consist of two types of lateral raises, a type of overhead press, and some sort of extension, all for 3-5 sets. It's often painful, but by enduring that pain I am drawing closer to achieving the goals I have set for myself.
If you simply can't make it into the gym, and find yourself struggling to workout at all, I urge you to find your passion in life and understand that by lifting and bettering yourself physically through a strong training regimen and good diet, you will begin to think and feel better about yourself. Discovering your passion and finding that which motivates you to do your best is the single greatest piece of advice anyone can give you. Surround yourself with those that are better than you in that field, and focus on your objective. The only bad workout is the one that never happened. Make everything count; every set, every rep, every motion, and every thought. Get in the gym, and crush your goals. It isn't always easy; it's not supposed to be. If it were easy, everyone would be walking around with chiseled bodies, and everyone would be breaking world records. Put in the work and the consistency, and you will find the benefits to lifting and bettering yourself outweigh the pain.
As always, thank you @1stphorm @j.haegele @andyfrisella @mrfrisella @mr_kurtisgreene for continuous motivation and support.