I know why you’re here.
You want to burn fat, tone your muscle, get a 6 pack, lose the baby weight, build your arms up, look good in a bathing suit, etc. etc. The list goes on.
Don’t get me wrong – these are great, and I’ll definitely help you get all that. But I want you to know something…Read the rest of this entry »
This is the first of many blog entries that will answer some of the most common questions we’re asked here at WorkoutBOX.
When starting their WorkoutBOX Training Program, many users don’t bother to read the instructions. They’re eager to get started.
I don’t blame them. It’s great to see that they’re ready to start making positive changes to their bodies immediately. But sometimes in doing so, people miss some extremely valuable “how-to” sections.Read the rest of this entry »
I want to drop some knowledge on you real quick.
This is a short lesson, but it’s arguably one of the most powerful ones you’ll ever learn.
While listening to an entrepreneurship seminar, the speaker (whose name escapes me right now) said something that stuck with me.
I remembered it then, wrote it down, and it’s been on my bathroom mirror ever since. Now I’m going to share it with you. Keep it near and dear to your heart, as it’s going to motivate you every time you look at it.
Here it is:Read the rest of this entry »
I see it all the time.
Somebody sees, hears, or experiences something that sparks that motivational fire.
They start changing their way of thinking to start working towards their new goal. They outline the steps they need to take, gather the resources they need to succeed, and they begin working hard. All signs point to success. They’re on track, moving forward, and driven to achieve their goals.
Then it happens.Read the rest of this entry »
It drives many of us in one way or another – even if you don’t realize it – and it can literally KILL laziness. It can ignite a motivational fire so bright that you wonder how something that powerful can live in you without you knowing it.
Travis, I know what competition is, but I’m not into sports really. How does competition drive ME?
Good question.Read the rest of this entry »
That’s the question I want you to ask yourself.
Why do you want to get in shape?
What changed between the time you were satisfied laughing off how fat you were getting and now – the time when you’re actively seeking help?Read the rest of this entry »
There’s an old adage that 10% of life is made up of what happens to you, and 90% of your life is made up of how you react to it.
I’m a fan of this saying, but this isn’t the same 90/10 principle that I’ll be talking about today (though it does seem loosely related).
It’s a common misconception that getting in shape is a purely physical task.
Yes, you read that right. I said it’s a MISCONCEPTION.
While it’s true that fitness does stem in part from performing frequent exercise on a regular basis, but viewing fitness as just this would do a lot to explain why so many people find getting in shape so terribly difficult. After all, it’s so simple on paper – isn’t it?Read the rest of this entry »