Yeah, sport is a drug. One of the best. Yes, believe it: you can get addicted with something that is actually legal, and doesn’t destroy your body (I mean, there are a lot of legal ways to destroy your body if you want). Just stop my training for a few days, and I will start getting nervous for silly things, arguing pointlessly. Then I say to myself: “Calm down and meditate, ot train to death!” I really hate myself when it happens: I feel like Doctor Jakyll/Mr. Hyde.
For years I have been training by myself mixing athletics, gymnastics and martial arts. I have unwittingly developed my own training method which actually works, but sometimes I need to be motivated by somebody that is not ME, otherwise I repeat always the same exercises and the same patterns. We all have weak sides we should work on: friends can help us to notice them and adapt the training to the circumnstances. An external eye sometimes sees what we don’t, because we are too used to watch it.
Why motivation is the real fuel of everybody’s training?
- 1- We are all connected
I have been preparing by mysefl for sooo long, but I have to admit: we all need an external reference to rely on, not to lose your Northern Star in the dark moments. The only way to ensure yourself results is to be permanently committed, that’s why we all need sombody to make us realise we are not giving 100%
- 2 – Don’t hesitate, clear your doubts
We all have doubts on what should be done, or not. How to do a certain exercise, if that leg/arm goes in that position, what are the risks of that workout, ect ect. What would happen if you have none to ask your technical questions? You will probably take the minor risk, which means in the majiority of cases you will do the same exercise, in the same old way, and very likely the same error.
Record yourself, watch yourself, ask opinons, compare with the best and then forget about it. Play your own game.
- 3 – Be always on track
Your motivator is someone who remembers you what is your goal, where you come from, what results you already achieved, where you are going to. Is someone who helps you staying on track, not to lose time. He (or she) wants you to be efficient. Bad times always come, but your motivator knows whent is time to push, and when to rest. Is your friend, because you two share the same passion.
These are just a few good reasons why we all should remember the importance of motivators.
In the best scenario you will find a partner, and a friend.
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