Habit Change and Knowing Yourself
Knowing how to get in shape but not taking action doesn’t bring you any value. It only brings frustration. In order to apply what you know, you must understand how to change your habits and not rely only on willpower.
Bob Proctor once said “Your behavior is never the result of a strong willpower. Your behavior is always, always the result of your self-image.” In this section, we've compiled videos, articles and other resources for you to learn how to take control of yourself and do the things you want to do.
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RECENT HABIT CHANGE ARTICLES
In this article I’m going to show you how to get a model/hollywood actor type physique starting from a condition where you have a good amount of fat and also little muscle mass. I know this a discouraging position to start your fitness journey from but the good news is that you can make a…Click Here to Read More
Transcript: In this video I’m going to show you the fastest full day of eating you’ve ever seen and I’ll share the importance of your self-image in achieving your fitness goals. First of all let me give you an update on how my cut is going. In short, it’s going great. I’ve been cutting for a…Click Here to Read More
Have you ever failed to reach a fitness goal? Yeah, most of us did too. But why? There are many causes of course, but I think one common cause is insufficient or inaccurate information. Over the last two years I’ve learned a very valuable lesson: In order to achieve any kind of enduring success we must…Click Here to Read More