Don’t Think, Just Get Going
Sometimes what you need to do is the last thing you want to do.
Don’t want to work out? Stop thinking about it and just get going.
Don’t want to run? Stop thinking about it and just get going.
Don’t want to write? Stop thinking about it and just get going.
Don’t want to eat the meal on your meal plan? Stop thinking about it and just get going.
Don’t want to do your homework? Stop thinking about it and just get going.
Don’t want to get up with the alarm? Stop thinking about it and just get going.
Funny thing is one you get going it is easy to keep going. That short workout turns into a legitimate training session. The short run becomes the 3 miles you were supposed to run. The paragraph becomes and essay, a short story or a book. You find yourself full and satisfied after that meal you were supposed to eat. The homework is done. Turning off the alarm and starting the day…leads to a more productive day.
When I was a fat guy trying to lose weight here is how I made myself get going. After working all day as an engineer and commuting to and from work, the last thing I wanted to do was exercise. Recognizing this, when I got home from work, I would put my workout clothes on, set my alarm for 5-10 minutes, and then sit and relax. No music or tv just silence. When the alarm went off I would get going to the gym. No thought, no debate just up and moving to the gym. A little over an hour later I would be back home, workout done and feeling accomplished.
Don’t think, just get going.
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Ray Binkowski has lost over 60 pounds and kept if off for over 20 years! He is the Former Owner of a 15,000 squat foot, 24 hour hybrid fitness training center, author of several fitness and health books and the producer and host of the OCB Midwest Statesbodybuilding and fitness competition. Most importantly to us, he is an expert on functional fitness that has consulted military, law enforcement, tactical entities, professional athletes and people from all walks of life to optimizing their physical readiness and capabilities. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Northern Illinois University and various fitness certifications. He is also a husband, father and loyal dog owner who does not appreciate clowns.