It said that whatever you set out to achieve in life, you can. That certainly applies to physical fitness. You are a product of your hard work. Sometimes your comfort zone will destroy your fitness goals. Train more, grind more. With hard work and effort, you will achieve anything.
Work is hard, distractions are plentiful, and time is short. It is easy to think that to achieve your goals you need to do more. More hours in the gym or on the trail and more time focusing on mindset and dialing in your nutrition and you will achieve the dream you have been aiming for. Hard work does not really mean that you need to do more to find success. It means that you need to do what is hard. And that is the secret to finding success. Others think that going to the fitness gym` and just doing the things you are good at will bring you closer to your goal. Think about it if you are doing a lot to improve yourself. Train best when you feel scared that your hard work will not pay off because you will feel like you need to focus on every little detail to get progress wherever you can. It is important to target your weakness and put in effort to rectify these deficiencies. You will not feel comfortable, but it will be effective. Discomfort is where you get better and put in the hard work.
Everyone will have different weaknesses that will require hard work to improve upon. Reflect on the areas where you waste time doing lots of busy work. Reflect what areas you regularly do more rather than what is hard. Remember there are no shortcuts to climbing the ladder of success and working hard is the only option one is left with. The sweat, the dedication, the time, the energy, and the hard work you put in will all be worth it at the end.
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