Creating Your Own Reality

Saturday, September 30, 2017 • Hollywood, FL 33026

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Creating Your Own Reality

 

What a month September has been!  Storms, and natural disaster devastation has been abundant.  Mental fatigue before and after such events can be extremely stressful.  So, how can you stay on top of your game during times like these?

 

Growing up, and through my training in law enforcement, and fitness, I quickly learned to have a plan.  Yes, during the flight safety presentation prior to takeoff, I check under my seat for that promised life jacket.  Why? Because I plan on surviving!

 

Panic and lack of preparedness result in knee jerk reactions, and quite a bit of folly.  I say this not to sound superior, but based on observation and research.  

 

One of my favorite insights into  surviving comes from sports psychologist Doctor Bob Rotella.  In Dr. Rotella’s book, How Champions Think, he talks about an inner city school, where students did not believe that a diploma was attainable.  However, two students did believe they could attain a diploma.  They were smart, and “...set themselves apart by refusing to believe they had no chance”.  The students studied, and achieved their respective diplomas.  “They created their own reality”.

 

Creating your own reality is translatable into all aspects of your life.  For today’s purpose, let’s look at your health and fitness.

 

The great strength coach and powerlifting champion Matt Wenning states in his Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach, that one should train for weaknesses. Matt goes on to say that one aspect of training is to attack the weaker muscle areas in order to strengthen them.  Having visited his gym, Ludus Magnus Performance Center, in Columbus, Ohio, I can tell you that this is no joke. ( Since meeting Matt, and adopting his conjugate training program in 2015, I continue to be challenged in my own workout, and keep increasing the amount of weight moved.)  The message here is don’t skip the hardstuff.

 

Thus, in your fitness program, as in life, you have to do what you're good at, and work on what you are not so good at.  Planning, and organization are a necessity in creating your own reality.  For those who don’t think that they have time for exercise, a recent article by Christine Estrada for the International Sports Science Association, ISSA,  talks about how exercise can increase your energy, improve your immunity, as well as increasing strength and endurance.  You have nothing to lose by plugging in workout time throughout your week.

 

The thing about fitness is that there are programs available for everyone.  Don’t get boxed in by self created limitations.  Any coach worth their salt can program your workout for the time you have.  With every new day comes the chance to reinvent yourself.  You have a chance! Build that foundation for your best reality ever.

 

Ciao for now!

Nancee

 

Contact me if you need a program for improvement today!

trainfit12@outlook.com

954.406.0713

 

References:

 

Rotella, Doctor Bob, Cullen, B., How Champions Think. New York, New York, Simon & Schuster, 2015.

 

Wenning, Matt R. M.S., Ivezaj, Lt. Col, USA, ., Physical Training for Tactical Populations: An Optimal Approach.  Columbus, OH, Wenning Strength, 2016.

 

Estrada, C.,2017, https://www.issaonline.edu/blog/index.cfm/2017/are-you-having-trouble-getting-or-keeping-moms-in-the-gym?utm_content=buffer93b7a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer