3 Keys to Fitness: Consistently Challenge Commitment

Consistently Challenge Commitment.

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One of the most important aspects of becoming your BEST athlete is Consistency. Consistency can be defined as acting or doing the same things over time or in an unchanging manner. If your goal is to form a healthy lifestyle it is essential to build and practice good eating and exercise habits, and to break negative ones that are keeping you from your potential. The quote, “practice makes perfect” should be stated “practice makes permanent.” Whatever habits you practice, whether they are good or bad, will become a permanent part of your lifestyle. While certain negative habits are very difficult to break, taking one step in the right direction is the key towards progress in health and fitness. 

Consistently Challenge Commitment.

The second key to becoming your best athlete is to Consistently Challenge yourself. Goals are a great way to motivate, challenge, and push yourself. If you want to see progress in your journey, it is important that you create daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly goals. While consistency is crucial to success, if you continue doing the same exact thing over and over without adjusting to your body as it strengthens, your body will adapt and you will begin to plateau. There comes a time that in order to move past and level up, you have to challenge yourself more than you did before. Although creating bigger goals is hard, it is important in order to grow. You have to be open to trying to new exercises, changing the volume, repetitions, and frequency of your workouts, and challenging you’re eating habits. Surround yourself by an environment and people who empower and push you to grow. You can do it

Consistently Challenge Commitment.

The final key in reaching your full potential is commitment. You have to Consistently Challenge yourself through Commitment. There is a saying that goes a little like commitment is like eggs and bacon. The chicken was invested but the pig was committed. Be the pig! When you commit to something, you sacrifice to be a part of it when it’s easy, tough, challenging or when you want to throw in the towel and quit. Pick up that towel, wipe the sweat off and keep going. Not only will your body be healthier, but your self-discipline, will, and mind will be stronger as well. 

About Coach Chris

chris-headshotMy name is Chris Maignan and I am honored to be a part of the JGF team. I was born and raised in Miami, Florida, graduated from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and now live in Tallahassee, Florida. I was very involved with athletics and fitness throughout high school and college. I developed a passion for fitness and grew to cultivate my mission to positively empower, influence, and impact others when it comes to health, fitness or in life.

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