Most gyms offer a place to workout, full of equipment, questionable music and maybe even some tvs but gym memberships are destined for failure.
Did you realize that 80% of gym members, never attend their gym?
What about hiring a personal trainer?? Joining a boot camp??
Honestly, most personal trainers or boot camps in Orange County may help guide you thru a workout, but is the workout right for you…or is it just tough? Remember, the goal is to get you results, not just kick your butt and send you home.
Any fool can create a tough workout, but only the best trainers can heal you and make you work hard.
So, we have spent the last couple years learning, growing, adapting and working with hundreds of people to find the best way to get people RESULTS! We realized that results don’t come from just working out. Real, long lasting results come from a combination of proper mindset, movement and recovery.
Our bodies are incredibly complex and require a balance of these three categories. If one aspect gets out of whack, then our progress/results will suffer. Let’s briefly walk through each of these categories and discuss why they are so important and how they affect your progress.
Developing the right mindset is absolutely vital! I’m sure you’ve heard that before, but what does that really mean. Well, Innovative Results believes that mindset has 3 subcategories that include: Attitude, Motivation and Support.
- Attitude – You control your attitude every day and walking into your workout (and the rest of your day) with the right attitude is the foundation of developing a better mindset. What are your most dominant thoughts? What does your speech say about you? Do your actions speak louder than your words?
- Motivation – “If a man is sufficiently motivated, discipline will take care of itself.” Setting goals is great, but finding out “why” you want something is essential. Do you know what you want? Do you know why you want it? What potential excuses may deter your progress?
- Support – Having a support system elevates everyone’s game. The very best athletes in the world have a supportive team of people that help guide them along the way. So, if you are looking to make some lifestyle changes, where do you workout? Who do you get information from? How do the people you see everyday help you achieve your goals?
How does your mindset affect your day?
Take a few minutes and think about the questions above. I guarantee that you could work on at least one aspect listed…I know I have to work on several!
Stay tuned for Part 2 where we’ll discuss how movement affects us and answer some common questions like:
What type of exercise is best for me?
How do I make progress without over training or getting injured?
How do I vary workouts to speed results?