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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

What Would You Give for a Muscular Physique?

I thought of an interesting question today as I was reviewing my goals for the next year. You see, as the year 2007 draws to an end, I decided that I would become more serious about setting goals and keeping myself on track. As I began picking the list of what I want to accomplish next year, I started to think about what each of these goals would cost in both time and effort. I asked myself a critical question: Are you prepared to work diligently towards these goals? If so, what are you willing to give up in exchange for these objectives?

If you're going to be writing a new year's resolution pretty soon and building muscle will be on the list of things you want to accomplish, take a moment to ask yourself the same questions. You see, achievements such as building a strong, muscular body do not simply happen by themselves. They take dedication, commitment, and the initiative to take action. Although we pretty much know this deep down inside (or at least we should), w! e don't usually stop and think about what we will have to give up in order to reach our goals. So before you begin your muscle building program next year, answer these questions so you can build a more solid commitment that will sustain your efforts throughout the following year and beyond.

Whatever you choose to do in your life will be at the expense of something else. You can really only do one thing at any particular moment, so you should know what you're willing to give up. Would you give up an hour of TV every day to begin strength training? Would you give up on fast food to prevent gaining fat? Would you be willing to get up ½ hour earlier to force yourself to eat breakfast every day? And last but not least, are you willing to make the commitment to achieve your goals no matter what?

Remember that most great things in life are not achieved with one amazing act. Rather, it is a series of small choices carried out on a daily basis that will determine our ult! imate success or failure in life. A half hour workout a few ti! mes a we ek for several months will accomplish what one five hour workout cannot. Whatever you choose, keep the long term in mind and rest assured that living your dreams tomorrow, in both bodybuilding and beyond, are well worth the price you pay today.

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Jon Cardozo, from Jcardozium research, writes on how to build muscle naturally, nutrition, and general fitness.

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