Author John Maxwell, in his book, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, talks about the Law of the Ladder. As a fitness professional, I see how this law is very important in helping other fitness professionals grow their businesses. Many times, I see trainers err by concentrating on things like new equipment or new certifications rather than working on their own business skills.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation of nearly giving up on your fitness goals? Perhaps you have had the experience of stepping on the scale to find that it has not moved, in spite of all your hard work. That is a defining moment for many people: they have to make the choice of whether to keep working or to just give up.
If you are trying to lose weight, you probably are eager to learn some success tips to better your chances of reaching your goal. There are several things you can do in the area of success that will help you not only in your fitness journey, but in all of your life. Let’s take a look at a few of these things.
Why is it that when we think of what characterizes an elderly person that we use words like weak and fragile? We do this even if they are basically healthy with no known or obvious diseases. They do seem to move with careful steps and they do not move very quickly. They seem cautious and as if they could get hurt very easily.