Plan X by DB Fitness - Built around your goals
Talent, skill, natural ability, intelligence, opportunities and luck are all great attributes to have in our lives. But there’s nothing as important and influential to our level of success in life than a positive, optimistic attitude.
Whether your attitude is positive or negative however, you’re not born with it. It’s something that’s developed over time through your upbringing and largely through your life experiences through the influence of the people around you.
There is a direct relationship between your brain knowing it can achieve something and telling your body to actually do it. Positive thinking can have a massive impact on your weight training and how it affects your brain and body. If your brain is convinced that it can do something, it is only a matter of time before your body actually does it. However, if your brain is convinced that it can’t do something, it never will until your brain tells it otherwise.
Always stay positive – even during meal times, during the day and at the hardest time of the day, which for most people is in the evenings, when the temptation to eat junk sets in. Think about how each protein shake or healthy meal is getting you closer to achieving your goals.
Keep positive thoughts and you’ll achieve your goals in half the time!
The DB Team offer a 10 week online fitness and nutrition course that can help you reach your goals, with a totally bespoke programme and unlimited support for only £145 – take a look at our website from more info. www.db.fit under the “Plan X” tab.
The good news for those whose attitude perhaps isn’t the very best is that it can actually be changed. While most of us go through life letting our attitude just develop of its own accord, usually based on how difficult or how easy our life is, it is possible to make conscious changes to the way we think that lead to a much more positive and beneficial attitude. And the better our attitude, the happier and more successful we will most likely be in life.
"Whether your attitude is positive or negative however, you’re not born with it. It’s something that’s developed over time through your upbringing and largely through your life experiences through the influence of the people around you."
Never underestimate the power of a positive attitude when you are trying to achieve the most from your training. Ask anyone at the top of their game, whether its dropping fat, gaining muscle mass, running a marathon in a PB, or Anthony Joshua becoming heavyweight champion of the world! What all these individuals will have in common are positive thoughts and a positive attitude towards there training. We are all exercising for different reasons and different goals, but when you get down to it, we all want to make improvements.