Am now just recovering from an amazing fitness
seminar last week hosted by Matt Furey.
Yes, I was fairly sore from some great workouts that
Matt and his gang of fitness fanatics put us through.
I met a great number of my clients
who purchased products from me in the past. Was awesome to meet
them. But what I enjoyed more was working
out with them.
Side note: Yes, Sergeant “X” did chew my
ass out and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Not been in an
environment like that since football drills. Boy, did it bring it all back.
Anyway, my goal was to be there and
learn as much as I could in order to improve
my fitness and in turn improve yours.
I went to devour information that can help me
and in turn help you. All business.
While doing some of the exercises Matt and
the presenters took us through, I noticed a couple
people standing in the back. Not participating.
Not many though just a few.
I thought how could you come here and
not get in the game.
Maybe they had their reasons why to â€œride the pine.â€
An nagging injury perhaps. Maybe they were afraid to look stupid.
I don’t know.
Truth is, when you TRY, good things happen. Especially, in your mind.
When you are being taught something
and you immediately apply the information —
your mind holds on to 90% more info than if you simply
take mental notes and get a whopping 7% retention.
Personally, I’m not very good at spectator sporting.
I like being in the action. Even if I suck at something, I’m getting in there.
Could be the reason I watched a total of 2.5 football games
this past year. I get itchy when I sit too long.
My mind and body want to be playing not
Theodore Roosevelt said something profound on the
subject of TRYING.
“Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs,
even though checked by failure…than to rank with those poor spirits
who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in
a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.”
Or as ‘Ole Vinnie Boy says, â€œTis better to DARE GREATLY
than to sit on the sideline wishing you had.â€
It’s all about taking risks. Even if you others laugh at you.
Even if you have no idea what you are doing. Even
if you’re not very good at something.
You can apply this quote to your fitness, your business
and you can apply it to LIFE.
I admire people who try. No matter how bad they are.
In college, our coaches always said, â€œDon’t care if you make a mistake.
Make it going 100%. Never sit. Never hesitate. That’s when you
get your butt kicked.â€
When you sit on the sidelines eventually you’ll regret
not having done the very thing you came to do.
Some of you read my newsletters each and everyday
but never take action to TRY. For me this is equal to sitting
on the sidelines. And this is okay for some.
But for those who dare greatly; for those
who want to improve
your health and fitness, man, you gotta try.
That way, you’ll never hear yourself say
‘woulda, coulda, shoulda.’
Take charge of your health.
A good place to start is with Linebacker Fitness.
Get in the game. Engage.
P.S. Had a guy walk up to me at the seminar and say, “I love
your products but I haven’t got Linebacker Fitness. The reason
is, I don’t play football.”
To this I laughed, and said, “I don’t either but the workout
still gets me into the best condition possible in the least
amount of time.”
So go there NOW
P.P.S. My friend Keith, AKA Sergeant “X,” let me know how much
he is enjoying Linebacker Fitness. He gave
me his workout numbers and you’d be surprised how
little he does to have an incredible workout and
stay in top physical condition.