I’ll never forget my freshman year
at BGSU as we’d warm up for practice.
We’d stretch out in the cold, wet dew
that had settled on the practice field from the night before.
And right at the point when we were told
to sit down to do the “seated buddha groin stretch”
with nuggets in the grassÂ …
Coach Oliver would shout,
“Let Mother Nature tickle your fancies.”
Rows and rows of young men with
stern expressions would turn to smiles.
When you analyze what coach was doing…
Coach took something that was
on our mind that seemed negative – sitting in wet grass,
soar from the practice before, at about 7 in the morning,
and turned it into something upbeat and positive.
So the key is to take something seemingly negative and turn it
into something positive.
Most people think getting up early to exercise
is a negative. They’d rather take time to sleep in.
Break your morning fog with a mahantra like coach did ours.
“Today is my day to get better and better in every way.”
And when you combine powerful mahantras with
powerful exercises– look out.
When you begin each day
with a series of hops and twirls – you rev
up your internal battery.Â And just
like that energizer bunny
you’ll go longer and stronger than
anyone around you… were talking at
work, at home and even in the bedroom.
You’ll notice that your energy is 30% higher
than those around you.
And before you know it – you’ll be on the road
Get after it.
P.S. Start your day with a BANG and
grab this easy to learn course on
rope skipping.Â Where one exercise
turns into a thousand variations.