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With great fitness, comes great success.

The results may surprise you...



It's something you've heard over and over again. An idea so common and known, that it fades away to the back of your mind. But just in case you've forgotten, here's another article to convince you to get into the world of fitness! (Unless you're already there, in which case, keep reading anyway!)


I know you've probably heard of all the benefits before - Gives you confidence and strength in everyday life, motivation and discipline that drives you to persevere through hardship and complete your goals, as well as the obvious good mental and physical health. There's waaay more but I'll try not to bore you too much.

Getting into fitness and exercise is definitely a difficult milestone to reach, but once you start, it takes flight from there. You'll soon realise, this is what humans were made to do. Our bodies were built to run 50 miles a day, to hunt for food and to climb trees in an instant.

Going back to your roots, the core of your human instincts, sort of unlocks a new "you". The effects will be tangible, giving you more energy and enthusiasm than ever before (no seriously, there's been studies).

Unfortunately for us though, lazing around is also hard wired into the human genome. That is because we are designed for efficiency and conservation of energy. Strange how that works out? In our day and age, we no longer need that habit. Food and water is readily available to us at any given time, but it's up to us to use that energy and resist the urge be a couch potato.


Let's take a look at some of the most successful people on the planet, who managed to beat that urge - starting with the fitness legend Arnold Schwarzenegger! The seven times winner of Mr Olympia, went on to become a renowned actor, and eventually, the Governor (Governator) of California.

Even the President of the United States of America, Barrack Obama, never misses a workout. He has been known to skip Church on Sundays in favour for the gym and was even found pumping iron a day before his election! In his autobiography "Dreams from my Father", He states that he was an under-achiever before crediting his success to a training schedule which he started at the age of 22.

The billionaire business tycoon, Richard Branson also encourages people to exercise, stating that it improves his focus and energy levels, thus helping him manage his corporate "empire". He often wakes up early to go swimming around his Island House and spends a lot of time cycling and playing squash. Not bad for a 64 year old man!


You're probably thinking by now, that there's a bit of a correlation between exercising and being successful. And I suppose that's half true, being an ultra-fit human doesn't guarantee success, but the two go hand in hand with each other.

So before you finish reading this article and resume you daily life, just have a thought, a moment to yourself. What could you achieve by being pro-active? You have nothing to lose, so why not give it a try?

The results may surprise you...

Posted on 21st Oct 14

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