Habits - Personal Trainer Columbus Ohio, Body by Greg, Personal Training


Try this out (it’ll change things..)

What are your habits?

Do you eat the same thing for lunch, go through the same exercise
routine, and fall into bed at the same time each night?

Or maybe you’ve made a habit out of eating whatever looks good,
avoiding the gym, and staying up as late as possible.

John Dryden famously said, “We first make our habits, and then our
habits make us.”

Confucius said, “Men’s natures are alike; it is their habits that
separate them.”

And Aristotle noticed that, “We are what we repeatedly do.
Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.”

It’s pretty clear that the habits you adopt will shape who you are.

When it comes to your body, the two habits that define your
physique are your eating and exercise habits. In fact, everyone
that you know who is in great shape has dialed in these two
important habits.

If you aren’t happy with your body, then simply adjust your eating
and exercise habits.

Aaaaand here’s how:

Decide on the ONE habit that you would like to develop. It’s
tempting to pick up 3 or 4 healthy habits, but choosing just one
new habit is realistic and doable.

I’m talking about stuff like this:
• Do not eat after 9pm each night.
• Bring your lunch to work instead of eating fast food.
• Exercise 4 times a week after work for 45 minutes each time.
• Only eat fruits and veggies as your afternoon snack.
• Get up early and exercise for an hour each morning.

Write your new habit down on paper. Also include your 3 main
motivators for developing this new habit, the obstacles you’ll
face, and your strategies for overcoming these obstacles.

Here’s an example:
• My new habit is to go to bootcamp 3 times each week.
• My 3 main motivators are to feel confident in my bathing suit
this summer, to have more energy, and to fit into my skinny jeans.
• The obstacles I will face are not having the energy to go to my
session after work, not having enough money to pay for bootcamp,
and not having my spouse’s support.
• I will overcome these obstacles by doing my workouts before work
instead of after work, so I have more energy, cutting down on
frivolous spending to ensure that I can afford it, and asking my
spouse to join me so we can get in shape together.

Commit fully to your new habit, in a public way. This could mean
posting it on facebook, or simply announcing it at the dinner
table. Put yourself in a position where you’ll be embarrassed to
give up on your new habit.

Keep track of your progress. You could keep a detailed journal or
simply make a check mark on each calendar day that you successfully
exercise your new habit.

Keep yourself publically accountable. This means either status
updates on facebook or verbal status updates at the dinner table.
Your friends and family are in a position to offer you support, so
don’t shy away from those close to you.

When you fail, figure out what went wrong so that you can plan
around it in the future.

Reward yourself for your success.

Once your new habit becomes second nature, usually in about 30
days, feel free to add a second habit by going through the same 7

This is truly a gamechanger. Really, do this and your life will
change. It’s mostly in your hands, but if you need help in any way
– as always – reach out to me anytime =)

Become Next Body by Greg

Let me help you create new healthy habits. Let me teach you how to exercise safely and effectively. Let me keep you accountable to ensure your success. Let me help you lose weight and get fit.

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Greg Jasnikowski - Your Personal Trainer and Friend. Operating a private personal training studio and providing services to Columbus Ohio communities since 2008.