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the-art-of-training · a day ago
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Patience
Patience is something that a lot of people lack today in everyday life. So many people want their dreams to come true, wether it’s to have more money, a big mansion, jewellery or to become the most successful version of themselves, but a lot of people aren’t willing to put the time into it.
I believe anyone can achieve their dreams and are capable of putting in the hard work, but when people realise how long they have to work hard for, they give up too soon because they don’t have patience and I think the reason they don’t have the patience is because of social media showing off these successful people with their amazing lifestyles and money which makes those people watching them feel like they’ve already failed because their not there yet.
And I just want to say that life is not a race. We all have our own journey to take so don’t compare yourself to where you are now, versus where others are in their life so just keep working and have patience and I promise one day you will make it.
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the-art-of-training · a day ago
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“Work hard in silence, let your success be your noise”
Frank Ocean
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the-art-of-training · 7 days ago
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“One cheat meal doesn’t make you fat and one healthy meal doesn’t make you fit”
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the-art-of-training · 8 days ago
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Anger
Anger is a powerful emotion that can be used as an amazing source of motivation, BUT this only works when you are in control of your emotions. In order to use your anger when training you must be aware of your own emotions and feelings. A great way that I found to become aware of my emotions was through reading books about mental health and ted talks about emotional well-being.
An example of using anger as motivations is before a training session, think about a time in your life where you have felt weak and hopeless, then tell yourself that you won’t let that happen again because your gonna give maximum effort into this session to become the strongest version of yourself.
And remember that you should only use this before a workout to get fired up and don’t get attached to any emotion during the workout.
“Heart burning with determination but mind cold and clear like ice”
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the-art-of-training · 14 days ago
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“Be the one who inspires the people that care about you to follow their dreams”
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the-art-of-training · 15 days ago
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Mental toughness
There are many ways to test your mental toughness. One of the best ways in my opinion to test your self it’s through working out. You can do any form of exercise like weights or calisthenics in the ways of circuits and many more. But I think the best way to test your self mentally is through long endurance running.
You don’t have to be going at a fast pace it’s not a race. It’s about how long can you keep going for, when your breathing is getting heavy and your shins are bursting with pain while your legs are on fire, it all comes down to how bad do you want to become stronger and when you push past the pain, that’s what mental toughness is.
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the-art-of-training · 15 days ago
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“While your not putting in the effort, your competition is working to overtake you”
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