Tough Love

It’s Mid February, and by now, most people have already quit on their New Year’s Resolutions.

If they ever actually started at all.

You see, a lot of people want a better body, stronger muscles, and more energy.

A lot of people want to look better in their clothes … and out of their clothes 😉

A lot of people want to do all the activities they love without pain.

And a lot of people want to have a healthier mindset.

But most people aren’t willing to put in the time and effort to exercise consistently and eat mindfully.

Most people want instant gratification, and if they don’t shrink their waist and lose 10 pounds in the first two weeks, they get discouraged and quit.

Most people get sidetracked by the slightest change in their schedule or smallest obstacle in their way and start making excuses why they “don’t have time.”

But you’re not most people, right?

You’ve got the focus and discipline to train consistently and make your meals a little more supportive.

And you’ve got the resilience to stick with it when things get hectic in your life.


Think about what kind of person you are.

The kind who says they want it?

Or the kind who’s willing to put in the effort to have it?

You get to decide.