Quick give me the story line to Terminator 1.
Okay I’ll give it to you. The Terminator comes back in time, identifies a target, pursues it relentlessly. Ultimately fails. Yeah my movie reviewing business was not up to much! But hopefully you can see where I’m going with this. The terminator didn’t decide he was going to catch Sarah Connor And kill 12 other people. He had ONE target and he stuck to it. So when you decide that you want to make a change, instead of deciding that you are going to:
1) Lose fat
2) Build Muscle
3) Complete a marathon
4) Improve your diet
5) Deadlift 150kg
You should look at the long term plan. Yeah you want to eventually achieve (terminate) all 5 targets (waitresses). But not all at once. Pick one and set up a system that will work for that. Then move onto another when you think you can handle it. Then you can kill Sarah Conner.
Simple, clear, and achievable. It is this approach that gets people amazing results, when I decided to write this blog I didn’t write this, try to compose a chart topping song
Matt ‘Hasta La Vista’ Smith
P.S. Here’s another link for the guest blog post I wrote on The Seven Deadly Sins of Dieting check it out as it’s a lot more interesting than most of the absolute dross I churn out … I mean, everything I write is fucking amazing!
P.P.S. With Euro 2016 about to kick off, why not check out my article on the Danish National Team that shook Europe by winning their first (and only) championship. I even manage to crowbar a lesson into the article, on how not following the rules might actually be the best thing for you
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.