Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Believe Hon!

I'm in the business helping people manufacture change in their life. Mostly, the changes people are looking for are in their body composition. Amazingly enough when you start to transform your body, then your mind seems to follow. Here's the big issue for some people....They just can't see what they want in their mind's eye. If you can't imagine what the "new" you looks like then you have less of a chance of looking and feeling the way that you desire. A great thing about Kettlebells is that they help you achieve your "best body." Not the body of some movie star or the hot guy in the office on the top floor....Your best body. We have all looked and felt the way we would like to feel now. So let's do something about it! Let's eat clean as it is almost impossible to outwork a poor diet. Let's sleep 8 hours a day. Your body NEEDS to recover in order for you to get the most out of your kettlebell workout. Let's work as hard as you possibly can when you are working out with no slacking. If you do all that and do it with belief then you will transform your life.

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At August 26, 2008 at 9:05 PM , Blogger Jennifer said...

Sandy, you are right on the money about visualizing a goal. I think taking that one step further and not only SEEING oneself at a goal but FEELING what it will feel like to be at that goal is important. We must FEEL what it will be like to make consistently good choices, FEEL what it will be like to feel muscle instead of fat when we shower or dress ourselves. FEEL what our new clothes will feel like. FEEL what it will be like to turn down bread and/or dessert and not miss it. WE HAVE TO FEEL IT! Even those people who have never been the size/level of fitness they dream of can IMAGINE it. I once thought this was too hokey, too new-age (yeah, yeah I know Norman Vincent Peale and all that but I still thought it felt new age), and I felt like it was being vain to visualize such things. It is powerful, though, and a skill people should cultivate.

 
At August 27, 2008 at 5:50 AM , Blogger Sandy Sommer said...

Wow! Your commentary is spot on! I am reading the "Magic Of Thinking Big" and it discusses all in detail.

 

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