Discipline, Persistence, Hard-Work. We all know that’s all that is needed to achieve the dream. However, most of us stop somewhere between the goal and the starting point. It is the same with our fitness workout too.
^ "Don't be this guy" ^
What stops us from achieving our fitness goals? No, it’s not the lack of time or resources. Did you know, an average person spends close to 80 minutes on Facebook every day. We all have the time, we all have the resources. Our exhaustive research on fitness goals reveals something truly startling, the single most important factor that stops us from transforming into our dream body is that we just don’t see the results quick enough. After a rigorous workout in the gym, your mind knows exactly how much you pushed through.
The Mirror, however, just doesn’t have any respect for that. The results never show up in that darn mirror! Those muscles just won’t bump out, that tummy just won’t stick in, that jaw just won’t get in line! Day after day after day and that tummy still looks nearly as large in the mirror. This is what makes people stop going to the gym completely. You get demotivated - at not seeing any results, at not seeing any visible change.
So get rid of that Mirror - It will keep showing you that tummy.
^ Relateable isn't it ^
And get rid of that Generic Weighing Scale - It’s never going to respect the crazy fat burn you’ve done that day. To stay focused and consistent in your fitness workouts, you HAVE to see the smallest progress. You HAVE to feel that encouragement, the feeling that you’re getting there!
Sensors, Fitness devices, Smart Weighing scales; these are your only true friends in your fitness journey. They know you, they see you better and they show you the smallest progress, every time. They notice those minor bumps and the small cuts. They tell you how much fat you killed that day. It's these small improvements that ultimately add up to the new you - the You that the Mirror finally learns to respect.Success pulls more success - You won’t get to the inches before you can see the millimeters!