Why Discipline is better than Motivation

Motivation fades Discipline is forever

Getting and receiving motivation daily is a great way to start the day. It helps put you in a proper mindset for the day. Motivation help get the ball rolling for many is the hardest step. The only thing about Motivation is that it is feed of emotion. Some writers have said that emotion creates motion. That is true I will not deny that a lot has been accomplished when someone is either really angry or really happy.

The problem with emotions is that they come and go. The flee away and can change immediately based on events that happen in your life. For example you can had a terrible day at work and your boss chews you out about a problem that was not your fault. So you go to the gym to burn off some steam. The second before you begin tearing the gym up  you get a text/email/ or call  from your boss he apologizes for chewing you out. Now all that pent up emotion has been dissipated. Now you have this mediocre at best workout because you no longer have emotion driving you. Emotions are a double edge sword.

Discipline is what you need in your life. I look at discipline as rules that I have set in place that will not change no matter the circumstances. If I tell myself I will run intervals for 45 minutes. I will run intervals for 45 minutes period. I make a rule that I will eat protein and vegetables at every meal. You can look at my plate and see that I will be eating Meat and Veggies at every meal. Discipline can spread through many different areas of life such as: relationship, finances, nutrition, exercise, self-improvement, and social life.  Having discipline will help develop habits. Habits will create the person that you are today. Discipline does not rely on emotion. It is a separate entity that works regardless of your emotional state. If you had a wonderful day/ or your worst day you will still do what your suppose to do.

Discipline equals Freedom.

Benefits of Slow tempo Lifting

Here is a quick Training tip in regard to lifting tempo.

Slow Tempo
Slow tempo reps are utilized by people who are trying to build muscle mass.  Any repetition that takes longer than 4 secs is slow tempo. The slow tempo will help dissipate energy that is stored in ligaments and tendons in the bodywi; and will force the muscle to work through the entire range of motion. Incorporating slow tempo training is a great way for beginners to learn proper lifting form while working on core stability.  I recommend Goblet squats, push-ups, barbell(or dumbbell) Stiff leg deadlifts, and Inverted rows. 4 x 10 on each exercise with very slow tempo( at least 3 secs down and 3 secs up ).

Try this Circuit
Goblet Squats 4 x 101001-goblet-squat-483x300

Push ups 4 x 10classic-push-up_push-up-variations

Barbell Stiff Leg Deadlift 4 x 10 Barbell Stiff leg deadlift

Inverted Row 4 x 10 inverted row

Get Motivated – [Image] #MorningMotivation – Life’s two choices, by Denis Waitly

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[Image] #MorningMotivation – Life’s two choices, by Denis Waitly

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Great Advice from Jeff Bezos

Michael Boyle's Strengthcoach.com Blog

This is a third hand link but, well worth the clicks. My friend Joe Bonyai tagged me on Facebbook. He got it from Medium.com. Either way, click and learn.

Great Advice from Jeff Bezos

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Life itself is your teacher

Chape Fitness

Life itself Bruce Lee

“Life itself is your teacher, and you are in a state of constant learning” – Bruce Lee. Photo: me 🙂 #mondaymotivation

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4 Things you need to manage to live a healthy and high performing life.

This is a list that I have thought about that all people need to improve the quality of their life and get the most out of their daily life.

  1. Nutrition 
    As the old saying goes “You are what you eat.” Nutrition is vitally important to the well being of your life. Even in present with the abundance of food and information. We are still plagued by many preventable diseases. Many of these diseases can be managed through proper changes in diet.  This is why it is even more important  for you to get your nutrition in check. Easy changes that need to be made to your diet. Drink water…. Period Plan and simple either your drinking water or drinking water. Most people don’t consume enough water on a daily. If you need  a guide line  Men need 3 liters and women need 2 liters of water daily. Protein and vegetable( corn and peas do not count) at every meal.
  2. Exercise                                                                                                                                      If you have a sedentary job or a job period. You need to get daily exercise. When I say exercise. I don’t mean jumping on the elliptical for 30 mins while watching Netflix.  Exercise that requires physical and mental focus. 1 hour a day should be committed to build up a good sweat and putting resistance against the body.  As you age you lose muscle. You lose muscle, you lose strength, no strength means unable to get off the toilet. Once you lose your ability to get off the toilet you end up in the nursing home. Do you want to end up in a nursing home? Then go lift weights and work up a serious sweat  5 days a week. If you don’t know how to workout go find a personal trainer and they will make you sweat.
  3. Stress                                                                                                                                           Everybody  has stress. Many people do not show that stress but inside they are fighting the secret war. Learning the ability to manage stress is key to healthy life.  Stress will always be in your life. Not allowing stress to control you life is Key. Many chronic diseases stem from people who are unable to manage stress daily.  Finding an outlet to alleviate pent up stress is very important. Some people exercise, use the arts, or meditate. Find a way to get rid of stress. Sometimes  that means making major changes in your life such as: cutting people off, Moving to a new town, quitting a job/hobby.  Mental and Physical stress manifest the same way in the body. If you are stressed about something it will eventually wreck you body in the long term.
  4. Sleep                                                                                                                                            If you don’t sleep 8 hours a night you are doing a disservice to your body. I understand that you want to finish that football game or see if someone will finish the course on the next Ninja Warrior. Your body needs rest. Rest is important to allow the body to recover and rebuild from the day. Many people get between 4-6 hours of sleep and then chug down a boat load of caffeine and sugar to get through the day. Eventually your body will force you to crash. Allowing the body to restore itself will give you optimal performance and longevity. So DVR those shows or games and get some rest.                                                                                                                                                                 Learn to manage these for 4 areas of your life and you will see great improvement. It is easier said than done, but it can be done.

Motivation Monday


Here is some Monday motivation to help you get up and get this week going in the proper direction. This quote is taken from Dewayne “The Rock” Johnson. “Success isn’t an overnight thing. It’s when every day you get a little better than the day before. It all adds up.”