So what does the warrior mindset have to do with fitness? I am guessing if you are reading these articles you are interested in bettering yourself and becoming fit. Now if you approach a healthy lifestyle with a lackadaisical attitude you will not succeed and the moment it gets tough you will quit. You need to be honest with yourself, set some realistic goals and get to work.
If you want to be able to complete a half marathon event, but have not walked more than a mile in the last 5 years, you are not going to start on day one running 13 miles. You need to set realistic goals and build on them. You may start at one mile the first couple days and slowly increase the distance. With the end goal being able to run 13 miles you are going to need the warrior mindset to not give up and accomplish your goal.
If you want to fit in that size 8 dress, but you’re currently in a size 16 you have a journey ahead of you. However, if you set your mind to doing it, do what is required to meet that goal, and never doubt yourself, you will find yourself dress shopping soon.
I truly believe that your brain is the strongest “muscle” in your body. A positive attitude can overcome so much. But a negative mindset can and will lead to failure and disappointment. One of my favorite quotes is from Henry Ford. “If you think you can or you think can’t, you’re right.”
So start your day, every day, with a warrior mindset that you will dominate the day, and you will not accept defeat!
Matt Nicley APS,CFT,SDI 937-839-1595 cell 937-748-9905 office email@example.com