What is your best body? What does it look like? What does it perform like?
If you think about it this way, you will see things very differently. We get people all the time who say they want to lose a few pounds and look and feel better.
What we are really after is our BEST body. At Legacy Strength we want to help people who want to become stronger and fitter versions of themselves.
This helps tremendously for creating realistic steps towards your goals. Your best body is one that does not conform to social norms. It is the best possible body you can have for yourself, your schedule, and your abilities. Your best body is perfect for your height, weight, and your lifestyle.
Your best body looks great in clothes and even better without clothes.
What we have to do is create a map to plan it all out.
Instead of writing your fitness goals out and saying “I want to lose about 5-10lbs.” Ask yourself these 3 questions:
(I am going to be totally open and honest and answer these questions for myself)
- What is my BEST body?
My BEST body is one that I am completely comfortable and confident in. I don’t cringe when I see myself in the mirror. My ideal body is strong and athletic.
- What does my ideal body look like? – Where are you leaner? What does the frame look like? What kinds of clothes would you wear?
My ideal body has a lean strong frame, broad shoulders, and a strong back. I would wear whatever I wanted whenever I wanted, there would be nothing to hide.
- What does my ideal body perform like? – How many times a week would you workout? What kind of exercises would you do? What physical activities would you do on your weekends?
My ideal body performs at Legacy Strength 3 times a week to weight train and 2 times a week of efficient sweaty cardio. I will go bike riding or walking in the park at least once a week, and perform in seasonal sports.
These are my answers, now answer these questions for yourself and see how your mindset changes about your fitness routine.
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