When your eyes open each morning, it’s tempting to
begin the day with, ‘I’m tired.’
Yet, most of the time, the only reason you’re tired is
because you’re continually telling yourself that you’re
tired. And if you don’t believe, keep a log on this phrase
for the next week and see how often you say it to yourself.
You may be amazed at the number – and NO – it’s usually
not 10 or 15 times – but hundreds of times.
What’s the value of keeping track of this thought, this negative
thought. Well, when you keep track of how many times you
say such a thing to yourself, you’ll have something called
‘awareness.’ And this awareness, although it may be a bit
unpleasant to face, is the first step in the right direction.
Now, instead of beginning your day with ‘I’m tired’ – why
not say, ‘Get up. Get moving.’
Then spring out of bed.
Even if you feel groggy, start rotating your joints from head
to toe. This alone will remove the sleep from your system
and increase the blood flow throughout the body. You’ll start
feeling like the trillion dollar machine that you are.
After this, do a set of Hindu Pushups – followed by a set of
Hindu Squats. Proper instructions on how to do these exercises
are in my int’l best-seller, Combat Conditioning – which you can
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To succeed in life it is best to remember that no one makes it all alone.
Every time you see someone succeeding, rest assured he had a coach,
a mentor, and/or a group of people he was in regular contact with.
To get fit, you want others around you who push you to become better
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At any rate, keep that log. Get up and get moving. Move your joints and do the
Royal Court from Combat Conditioning and YOUR life will change for the
Kick butt – take names,