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Stop listening to the voice in your head

Ever have that voice in your head telling you not to bother going to the gym today? Your success could depend on what you do with that advice

I’ve always been a bit of an up and down person. I’m not talking Bi-polar or anything, but I have days where I am full of confidence, and days where I am low on energy.

On those days, I get that little voice in my head, telling me to just give up on plans. Or more often the voice tells me to postpone my plan for another day.

“How about you workout tomorrow instead mate, and that way you can stay plugged into netflix for another hour”

“Let’s not bother with any work tonight mate, you’ll have much more time tomorrow”

That voice will always follow up with “Today’s a write-off”

The most irritating phrase that I ever hear from my clients. And my bloody brain uses it against me every time!

That’s why I understand where my clients are coming from when they tell me that “Yesterday was a complete write-off food-wise”.

That’s also why I work with them to ensure that this doesn’t keep happening. That voice inside your head may not want you to go to the gym tonight, but it sure as hell will kick you when you’re down about how you look in the mirror!

Ignore the voice, plan out your gym sessions and get in shape. If you need a little bit of help on ignoring the voices and getting in the shape of your life:

Fill in the following form https://matt1815.wufoo.com/forms/z1dvrwit15kc0oc/

And we can discuss how coaching can help get you there

Talk soon


P.S. I’ve just had an article published by WatchFit.com discussing 6 myths about Creatine. Check it out here: http://watchfit.com/exercise/myths-about-creatine/. I will be going into more details about it another post

About the Author Matt Smith

Matt Smith is the owner of Beer N Biceps. He has a degree in Sports Science, 10 years of experience working in the fitness industry, and has written for hundreds of fitness websites. He is a lover of good quality beer and believes that drinking in moderation can form part of a healthy lifestyle.

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