How To Dominate Your Fitness Goals With Time Management

Posted on June 4, 2018 in Alpha Physique, cardio, Diet, Health, Lifestyle, Older Guys, Productivity, Time Management, Training

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Time, energy and money – the big three. These, minus the use of other people, are the three resources you have to get what you want out of your life, including your fitness. The reason I’m ignoring other people is that although they can give you information, they aren’t going to get you lean or muscular. Only you can. So, it’s just these three resources.

 

Taking this a step further, time is different to money and energy. Energy is replenished every time we eat, drink water and sleep. Money is replenished whenever we get paid/receive interest. Time is never replenished. Ever. And it’s just as important as money and energy for getting us to our goals. Contrary to popular and misguided belief (thanks, supplement industry), fitness success takes time. So we must manage it properly if we want to get the best out of it.

 

Most people simply have no idea how to do this. They’re stressed out all the time, and they:

 

  • Have “no time” to sleep properly
  • Have “no time” to eat properly
  • Have “no time” to train properly

 

So instead, they would rather:

 

  • Get fatter, slowly but surely
  • Get weaker
  • Get less attractive
  • Get more lethargic
  • Slowly destroy their testosterone levels

 

I’m sure people don’t really want the above outcomes. Instead, if they knew how to manage their time and prioritise properly, they wouldn’t have to suffer the needless negatives.

 

Here’s how you “make” time:

 

Note: This is a guest post for A Kings Castle – a great self-improvement source for men. Go over there to read the rest of the article.

 

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