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Your Fitness Mindset - Part 1

Your Fitness Mindset - Part 1

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In this first installment, the Editor-In-Chief of Bodybuilding.com gives you suggestions for your mental preparation regarding weight training or weight lifting. This is especially useful information for beginners.
In this first installment, the Editor-In-Chief of Bodybuilding.com gives you suggestions for your mental preparation regarding weight training or weight lifting. This is especially useful information for beginners.

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Your Fitness Mindset – Part 1

By: http://www.BeginnersWeightLiftingProgram.com
Copyright 2008 Bullpen Marketing LLC

This is the first part of an article written by Bodybuilding.com’s Editor-In-Chief, Kris Gethin. It is written for bodybuilders; but you can apply it to your own specific situation just as easily: Most of us want to be better bodybuilders, and most of us can if we only put our minds to it. Yes, some people hold the advantage of being smarter than others but on many occasions success boils down to who wants it bad enough. OK, it’s obvious that if you spend most of your day sat indoors watching the TV, the chances of you meeting your daydreaming expectations will probably end up wallowing in self pity. But if you get up and challenge yourself on a day to day basis then there is every chance you will achieve, or at least come close to realizing your set goals. The way to attack your goals is to detail your direct path in order to get there before you haphazardly attempt them. If you want to go at it with the high possibility of failure, then you may begin now or continue what you are doing already. Have you ever heard of the saying, “fail to plan, plan to fail”? If you want to attempt your bodybuilding goals with the least possibility of failure, then I suggest you read the following editorial first. Gary Strydom has for years practiced the importance of mental preparation. He goes as far as training in Gold’s gym in Venice at 10.30 in the evening knowing that the facility will be quiet at this time, allowing very little distraction to break his concentration when obliterating his muscles. He has a picture in his mind of what he wants to achieve and look like, and he will do everything necessary to keep that picture in his mind during his entire workout. Six-Time Mr. Olympia, Dorian Yates did something very similar. He remembered the exact sets and reps he did on every exercise to write into his training log book when he returned home over an hour following his workout because his entire day revolved around the certain body part he was training. “I knew what exercises I was going to do and in what order before I even got to the gym because I had already done it several times that day in my mental preparation. The image was so vivid, I could even picture what I was wearing” quoted Yates. Be on the lookout for part 2 of this article coming soon

Are you confused with all of the information explaining how to start weight training or weight lifting? Do you want the physiques you see in the Before/After photos, but you are frustrated by all of the conflicting information? If so, then let the EditorIn-Chief of Bodybuilding.com, Kris Gethin, explain the basics to you in easy to understand language! Find out what weight lifting, nutrition, and mindset lessons

he has given everyday people all around the world to transform their bodies (and outlooks on life!) in just 3 short months. Go to: http://www.BeginnersWeightLiftingProgram.com You are welcome to send this report to your friends, family, colleagues, and anyone else you think could benefit from the information.

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