Commit to Yourself


Commit to Yourself

One of the definitions of commitment is…

    “an obligation that restricts freedom of action”

You have a choice to workout or busy yourself with something else. 

There is always going to be something else. You are responsible for your actions. 

It is my job to teach healthy habits. To demonstrate proper mechanics of movement. To provide feedback and assist with accountability.

So, are you committed to yourself?

Are you committed to working when it is cold outside?

Are you willing to workout when you are feeling uncomfortable?

Can you promise yourself to attend class even if the workout is not in your wheelhouse?

Results are seen from consistency. Results come when you follow through on the promise you made to yourself. 

The reason most goals will fail is because you forget to commit. It sounds nice. You have the best of intentions. You have been visualizing success. You wrote it down on your notes app.

Did you tell another person about your goal?

Did you write out a plan with step by step actions?

Did you check that your goal was S.M.A.R.T?

You have an obligation to yourself. An obligation to succeed. The definition of commitment above makes the word seem like a burden.

The burden is when your obligation to procrastination outweighs your desire for success.

Do you want to be healthy?

Do you want to lose weight?

Do you want to gain muscle?

Do you want to get your first pull up?

These goals sound great… but if you do not make a step by step plan to get there, then it is just fancy words.

Commit to yourself and see just how much potential you have. I bet it’s more than you think.

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Make a commitment with yourself.

By Blair Agan