The Metaphor of Working Out (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Zach Massa

Founder & Owner of: Zach Massa

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living and Writing Writer

Testing yourself, pushing your limits, making yourself adapt and get better. The rush of adrenaline, the pain of stress, and seeing the results of your work slowly take shape.
Working out has been metaphorical.

Initially, making yourself go and do it is agonizing. Everything that is in you is grating against going to the gym and putting in the time. After a few times of forcing yourself to do it, you see a little bit of progress. That brings some encouragement, but it’s still difficult to make yourself go and do the work. Slowly but surely you build up a cadence of going to the gym, and you start to believe that you’re the kind of person who goes to the gym. Once you start to believe that you’re the kind of person who goes to the gym, you start to look forward to working out. You look forward to putting your body through the stress because you know you will see results. When you look at yourself as the kind of person who goes to work out, it’s no longer a chore, it just becomes what you do. It’s no longer about something you’re striving to be, it’s just natural for you. After some time, however, your results will start to plateau. In order to maintain a high growth rate you have to give yourself a new challenge. You have to make yourself uncomfortable and force your body to adapt to change.

If you are always adapting to change, always challenging yourself with another aspect of your training, you will see consistent growth and keep getting better.

Applies to a lot more than just working out…

Article Credits: Zach Massa

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor


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