Fitness motivation … it seems to come and go at a moment’s notice. How exactly can we manage to stay on track like all those danged skinny people?
Let’s face it — staying fit is a big goal that you’re never done with. Even if you hit that bathing suit-ready moment where you can truly sashay down the beach strutting your stuff, you have to work just as hard to stay there.
Yep, that’s daunting.
Finding Fitness Motivation
Luckily, my friend James Fell has a new e-book out, “Mission: Motivation: A Realistic Guide to Getting and Staying Fit“ (only $4.99! Amazon link). James’ book covers everything you ever wanted to know about fitness motivation … from why gurus like Tony Robbins don’t work to tried and true methods that do work and feature solid research behind them.
James has gone on this journey himself. Even though he is basically a total stud muffin right now, he started his Body for Wife journey because he was getting a bit pudgy and his very hot wife was leaving him in the dust (metaphorically speaking … happily not in real life.)
This journey has led him from being a wellness blogger to a personal training certification to a fitness column printed regularly in the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune to a book deal! (Yes I’m envious.)
James has trained for a marathon, tried to break the 40-minute, 10K time barrier, and thoroughly enjoyed himself as he gleefully debunks fitness myths with real research. Basically James is a crasser version of me; he warns readers of his politically incorrect approach, “bovine droppings” and all.
But I digress … Back to you and your lack of mojo …
Do you wanna get some fitness motivation? Then I strongly suggest you toss $5 James’ way and read his ebook. It’s about 50 pages long and will only take a couple hours for you to digest, but you will wind up with a great action plan, and you’ll know what actually works versus all of that marketing hype that’s out there.
Let me put it this way … I read it yesterday and really pushed myself in my workout today. Yes, even personal trainers need an extra kick now and then. So thanks James.
Full disclosure: James sent me a free PDF copy of the book to review, and we are, indeed, friends. But mainly we’re friends because we very much think alike when it comes to the fitness industry.