Personal trainer tips: Everything is a choice

March 26, 2020

Our choices every day grow us or slowly take us down.

 

I don’t believe that there are any neutral choices in life, really.

 

And too often, over time we make enough of those small and seemingly insignificant choices that take us down.

 

We put off getting fit, until we feel more motivated. 

 

We put off eating better, until you’re less stressed out. 

 

We put off prioritising ourselves, until everything feels less crazy. 

 

And this couldn’t be more true than it is right now, dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.

 

We have so many stories that we tell ourselves, but they’re all lies and it comes down to this…

 

IT’S EASIER TO BELIEVE OUR OWN LIES.

 

Because when we believe the lies we stay small. We don’t take risk. We stay in our comfort zones. We appease our egos.

 

And that’s FAR easier than the discomfort of growth and change.

 

So, if you are reading this and there’s more you want for yourself in any area of life, act now.

 

Not later. Not tomorrow. Literally right now otherwise it’ll likely never happen.

 

And you’ll look back at the end of the year or next year or five years or ten…and just wish…

 

Wish the choices were different. Wonder and yearn for what could’ve been if you’d made that scary decision.

 

But I promise you this, the more risk you take and the more scarier decisions you lean into, the easier they become.

 

More abundance comes into your life. There’s more ease and less anxiety around big, life-changing decisions.

 

Simply, you create a fulfilling life and unwavering trust in yourself. And to me, that’s priceless.

 

 So, what are you holding back on right now?

 

What tough, uncomfortable decision do you need to make to move your health forward? I would love it if you did me the honour of replying to this message and sharing.

 

Amy

 

 

 

 

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