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My mom used to tell me that no man is an island.
I didn't really understand that until I got to a point in my life where I had to look back.
I was confident in myself, I thought I didn't need help from anyone.
The more that I pushed myself away from others, the more I failed.
Then it hit me that I can't do everything alone.
Lyrics from a very popular song goes,
"lean on me when you're not strong. I'll be your friend, I'll help you carry on."
Successful people didn't make it on their own, they needed help from others too.
Magic had Kareem,
Jordan needed Pippen,
Kobe and Shaq,
6 of the greatest players to ever step on the court needed somebody other to achieve their goal.
It's man's nature to be filled with pride. Rejecting help, and guidance because it may makes them look weak, incompetent, and incapable.
The only thing that will stop you from reaching the top, is...
Practice a diet that you can commit yourself to.
Cut down those unhealthy drinks that you take before going to work, or that lifestyle that drains you faster than an iPhone battery.
Make sure that what your doing is helping you feel better throughout your days.
Sometimes we get confused n our goals and we push ourselves down bad paths or practice crazy diets that leave us feeling terrible and worse than when we started.
This isn't sustainable and defeats the whole purpose of trying to get healthier.
We always say "I'm good" as a generic answer but deep down, we are aching, we feel the heaviness on our shoulders, but we ignore it.
We start breaking down day by day. Yes, we live in a society where time moves fast, and we have to catch up but don't forget about yourself too.
The more we push our bodies to the limit with bad...
At one point in our lives, we came across this advice, and there are two ways to go about this; you either follow it or not.
It may be good advice or bad advice but when it comes to fitness it really is terrible.
Pushing yourself hard is not the best way to attain a specific goal - it's staying committed to your gameplan, trusting the process, being smart with how you treat your body, and constantly moving around to keep the energy flowing.
Some people will push themselves to exhaustion because that's the mindset that they were accustomed to, but the reality is it will only increase your chance of hurting yourself. That's something that we are trying to avoid when training.
Doing medium workouts are great.
Heck, even light workouts can be perfect too.
What we are aiming for is that you stay in shape to get the best version of yourself so you can be...
We're excited to announce a new program fro our class offerings at our facility with the Spark program.
This course is all about building a strong core, moving through functional planes of motion, and building gym confidence. This is a great class for beginners to get used to the gym and a great active recovery workout for experienced gym-goers who need to give their muscles more T.L.C.
Check out Coach Lexie breaking down what this is all about in the video above.
To try out our Spark program and to see if our classes are the best fit to help you accomplish your fitness goals, you can book a Strategy Call with us here: https://www.mypathwaytraining.com/book-your-call-step-1
Everyone here is all pushing in the same direction of working to give our clients all of the tools and resources they need to find their fitness success.
Each of our team members brings their own skill and expertise in helping bring that vision to reality.
Mike Clearman began training with us in June of 2020. Mike has excellent skill at helping people build strong foundations and make everyone who has a class with him extremely comfortable.
"Why did I become a Personal Trainer? The answer is really very simple.
I wanted to help others discover the many benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle. I’m passionate and committed to helping others achieve their fitness goals.
My introduction to fitness is similar to many others. As a teenager, I wanted to improve my athletic performance in high school sports. This early exposure to fitness paved the way for an active lifestyle that has been a...
What's the difference between hitting your goals with consistency and enjoying the process vs not?
Doing the prep work. Check out this bonus lesson from Rex and Jonathan about setting up the best Roadmap for yourself to make sustainable fitness results that last, and enjoy your life in the process.
Check out our clients Success Stories Here
Hey guys, and welcome to the Road Map Series. This is the clear path to sustainable long lasting fitness results. My name is Rex Andrews.
And I'm Jonathan Canales.
And we're here in the Pathway studio, and we're bringing you guys this series, because this is something that we noticed that a lot of times when people are starting with their fitness results, they think things exist in a bubble, right Jonathan?
Yeah. It's just like, whatever it is, whether it's like a New Year's resolution or you just have that moment in the mirror where it's like, "I got to do something," that next step...
Somehow, Elon Musk (the CEO of Tesla Motors) convinced the right people that it was a good idea to send a car hurtling through the cosmos pointed at Mars.
Did he wake up one day and decide to shoot a car into space? Maybe.
Did he wake up one day and shoot a car into space? Absolutely not.
Because Elon Musk knows accomplishing the things you want to get done is all in the prep work.
If you don't have a clearly mapped out plan of what you're trying to get done on paper, then sending out the car into space remains the dream of some billionaire crazy inventor guy who is one idea away from becoming Doctor Octopus.
Elon asked himself, "what are the things that need to get done for me to have a car rocketing through space at the speed of a car rocketing through space?"( 68,964 mi/h according to whereisroadster.com)
Then he got to work on getting those things done.