Ok the theme for January was keeping it simple. The problem with simple is that simple isn’t easy.
When we keep it simple, we’re left with the hard part:
Doing the work.
We pretend like we don’t know what to do, because what we need to do is hard.
We pretend it’s complicated. It’s not complicated, it’s hard.
Most of the time the game is not figuring out what to do.
The real game is doing what we know to do.
You gotta want it.
You’ve got to want it enough to do it.
It doesn’t take a million hours in the gym. Or in the kitchen.
But the things you do you’ve got to do them in a way that’s going to produce results.
It’s about intention. Fire. Passion. Put in your blood, sweat and tears, and make it mean something.
Workout like you’re transforming you’re there to transform your body. And eat like you are fueling that transformation.
People only resist doing the work because they don’t connect it to the results.
People hate doing squats. I tell you, if you knew how good they are for your results, you’d beg to get under the bar.
It’s the basics that are the most brutal and effective.
I tell you, when you are eating like Jessica Biel or Kelly Ripa, you’ll have a body like Jessica Biel or Kelly Ripa.
If you do the right things, you’ll see results. And the results will get addictive.
It starts to become like a video game. If you can lose 2lbs of fat this week, you’ll want to lose 2lbs again next week.
Doing the work starts to get fun.
Getting consistant results is fun.
Fun and effective is even better than easy.
By Josh Hillis
Author of How To Lose The Stubborn Seven Pounds
Josh is one of the five fat loss experts in The Ultimate Fat Loss Answers
Josh is a fat loss expert, a kettlebell instructor and personal trainer in Denver, Colorado. Josh helps women and men lose stubborn fat.
© Joshua Hillis 2008