Physical training initiates with a mindset of whether a person wants to do it or not. Only after that it comes down to deciding where, when and what about the training. Many people get tied up with an excuse or rather limitaion of not having enough resources to train, be it time, gym access, clothing, money etc.
However, it really is not about having those resources available but resourcefullness of an individual. Utilising the best of what we have got is what counts the most instead of waiting for the best to arrive and this is what seperates winners from loser, successful from mediocrity and champions from ametuers.
This does comes with the mindset of how we see things, our perception based on our reality. But that doesn’t mean one cannot change the way they think, all it takes is to be open to learn about new ways to form new habits of success.
So coming back to being resourceful the easiest and the fastest way is to ask yourself “how can I” questions because they are really a dimension opener.
- how can I train in my current circumstances?
- how can I make best use of my enviornment around me to train?
- how can I eat healthier?
- how can I avoid bad nutrition food?
- how can I improve my performance and recovery?
And so on
What you are doing is allowing your subconscious mind to think beyond it’s current limitations that you have already set by constantly repeating of the notions such as – “I don’t have time”; ” I don’t have money”; ” I am too busy with work and kids”; ” I can’t be bothered” and the list of limitaions goes on.
We all have challenges on a daily basis but whether we focus on finding solutions or the problem itself is our choice.