Motivation doesn’t produce action.

Action produces momentum.

And we tend to gain motivation to continue once we gather some momentum.

As a coach who is dedicated to helping people make meaningful changes and improvements in their lives, it’s frustrating when I hear people say, “I’m just not motivated to work out.”

Motivation has nothing to do with it.

Take a simple action … doing 3 sets of 10 squats, adding more fruits and veggies to your diet each day, or getting an extra hour of sleep.

More protein, veggies, fruit, water and sleep  … more squats and deadlifts … and targeted, intelligent training of your midsection.

That’s it.

Don’t overcomplicate things.

Don’t overwhelm yourself.

Don’t wait for motivation to kick in.

It’s the action that needs to kick in first.

Once you take that first step, everything else becomes easier.