Resolutions: Make it Count

Resolutions:  Make it Count

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by Jesse J. Leyva,
Outlaw Fit Camp

By now the average American has forgotten his or her New Year’s resolution. In fact, 75% of resolutionists forget or never start toward their goal after the first 20 days and by February those thoughts are just that…thoughts!
If you truly want something tangible, something real such as better health (since this column is about health & fitness) then you NEED to make your goal something more substantial than wanting to lose 15 lbs for a cruise.  YOU HAVE TO RAISE YOUR STANDARDS!
If you’re going to be successful, the goals you set for yourself in life need to have substance, passion and extreme pleasure tied to the finished product.
If you’re married with children, your goal needs to be about being there for your kids as they grow older and have children of their own. It’s about being a healthier and better spouse for your wife or husband. You owe it to them to take care of yourself. It’s not just about being physically fit but mentally fit as well. Depression and lack of self-esteem are usually related to not being happy with who you are. Please remember, your family depends on YOU! Simple as that!
YOUR GOAL IS KEY. You have to want it so bad that it wakes you up at 3 or 4am in the morning because it’s become such an obsession, an actual addiction. Yes, addiction. What’s wrong with wanting to be the best version of you that you can be for your family? Sometimes doing it for yourself just isn’t enough.
So please don’t wait until next January 1st to start on your goals. Success starts today! Pick a solid, real, in-depth goal with substance and take action now…TODAY.
Remember, without action, you have no movement, without movement you never move!
Best of luck on your future endeavors and please let us know how we can serve you.


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