Your Dog Is Fat!
If your dog is fat, you’re not getting enough exercise.
Well if Fido was getting enough exercise, chances are you probably would be a lot closer to fitting into those new jeans, right?
Sometimes it’s all about how we look at things.
Perspective is important, and keeping the right perspective is key to reaching your fitness goals. Our 21 Day “Steps to Success” guide can give you that proper perspective – when you use it.
You must actually do something now that the guide is in your hands. Print out your copy, read it once, then read it again. Congratulations, you’ve done the hard part – you started!
Now do step 1, write down your specific goals, then on to step 2. This is an easy one you can do before your next training session – just weigh and measure yourself, and write it down. You’ve already completed steps 1 & 2 – How hard was that?
Keep in mind your goals are like the finish line at the end of a running race. The weight and waist measurements are the starting line. You need to be able to see where you want to go from where you currently are now. Looking in the mirror from the neck up is not good enough. You’ll end up with the wrong perspective. Standing in front of a full length mirror with as few clothes on as possible will give you the correct perspective. Taking a picture is even better. What’s that you say – you don’t want to see those pictures? Precisely why you need to take them and look at them every single day. You can fool yourself when you look in a mirror, but pictures don’t lie – they give the real perspective.
No excuses! – Do those first two steps, and you get the momentum going in the right direction.
Remember if your dog is fat, you’re not getting enough exercise.
Now get out there and do it!