I am always feeding my brain new information about fitness. Whether it is an alternative training method, a new study about a food product or a better way to approach my clients, every day I come across something that sparks my interest to think and reevaluate my approach.
Just recently, I was listening to a podcast that mentioned a simple infographic that blew up on the internet and got people talking. It was spoken of highly so I decided to look into it. I reference the infographic below.
It was created by the nutrition company Precision Nutrition. Now, it may be simple but it can be a lot to digest at one time. Take your time with it. I am sharing this infographic with you to get your gears turning, your curiosity sparked.
You see, some people are blessed with the genetics of a Demi-God and will naturally have a desirable physique. This is not most people and that is OK. But the thing is that all people have something in common when it comes to obtaining and maintaining the body they desire.
It takes hard work and sacrifice.
Hard work speaks for itself in this case. The sacrifice, however, will be different for everybody. If you want the body you desire you have to sacrifice the things that are keeping you from it. Give (up) to receive.
Below is an accurate guide to this relationship. Figure out where it is you may be at this moment and also note where it is you would like to be.
I encourage you to give yourself some time to ponder and visualize what the right plan may look like for you to start making some progress towards your goal.
Now, ask yourself “Am I willing to make the sacrifices for what I want?”. The choice is yours. _______________________________________________________
Image taken from Precision Nutrition Website
Born in South Florida and initially exposed to fitness training through the bodybuilding scene, Connor found his interest in fitness was less of a hobby and more of a lifestyle. This led him to study exercise science and sports nutrition at Eastern Connecticut State University and thereafter to become a Certified Personal Trainer.
Over the past few years, Connor has made training a necessity in his life. His workouts are taken as a time to reflect and test his mental and physical limits that continue to give him an edge to carry throughout his day.
Connor is currently the Head Trainer and Strength Coach at a private gym in Hartford, CT where he trains and educates his clients on the importance of fitness and nutrition for overall health. "
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