Some succeed because they are destined to, but most succeed because they are determined to.
What do you want to achieve from your time in the gym?
What made you go to the gym in the first place?
What goals do you have?
Have you made them known so there external accountability?
What image do you have in your head of the person you want to be, or return to being?
These are all questions you should be asking yourself. Have a clear idea in your head of what it is you want to achieve, what it is that means something to you. It could be a strength standard, health related, a physical appearance, sport specific, running a marathon, and so on. Goals and ambitions that we have are all very individual, but the determination needed to achieve them is what ties us all together.
Whatever it may be, if something is of worth to you, work with every ounce of determination you have to make it a success. Don’t be the person who sits still and expects things to just fall into your lap. For most of us, that just doesn’t happen.
For most of us, it requires hard work, time, patience, perseverance, an ability to learn from our mistakes, and the determination to keep moving forwards.
Nothing will ever happen unless you have the initiative to do so. Aim low, sit still and constantly live inside the protective bubble of your comfort zone, what value is there in that? There isn’t any and your goals will quickly pass you by and come to nothing.
When all is said and done, will you be able to look yourself in the face and know you gave it your all? Keep your eyes open and hold yourself accountable. Stay the course. Make every effort count. Reach. Aim high. Take risks. You’re capable of a lot more than you think you are. Believe in yourself.
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