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What Were You Thinking?


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Written by Julia

Every thought you think…

has a direct effect on your success or lack thereof when it comes to being healthy or successful or happy.  Here we will address your physical status, but remember this can be implemented with any part of your life.

Even with the best efforts, if you’re still secretly telling yourself you’re not going to succeed or if you don’t believe deep down that what you’re doing will work, you are sabotaging all the physical efforts you are trying.  The brain is a powerful muscle.  Your thoughts guide the direction your body takes.

If you find yourself being frustrated because you can’t lose those last few pounds, or the pain in your neck, back, knees, hips, etc. just hangs on, try thinking, speaking and writing down positive thoughts several times a day to start changing the results of your efforts into positive ones.

Choose an area that needs attention such as a sore back, painful knees, too much weight, etc., and plug that into these:

**I want the (problem area) to be gone.

**My (problem area) is feeling, getting better every day.

**I am getting better every time I (exercise, eat correctly, get a good night’s sleep…).

**The (problem area) is now disappearing.

Once you begin adding positive thoughts or affirmations to your day – every day – you will bring on better progress, you will feel better, and you will start having a better outlook on everything in your life.  And these positive reflections can be applied to EVERY situation in your life.  It’s all just a thought away.  And you have the power right now to start making the changes this very second!

If you’re looking to improve your health and need a little guidance, contact Julia Johnson, Life in Motion Fitness, to schedule a FREE consultation in the East Valley of Phoenix, Arizona, today!

About the author
Julia has been a certified personal trainer since 1999 with personal training certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Exercise Training Association (NETA). She has been a certified group exercise instructor since the early 90's with certifications from NETA and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She has owned and operated a private personal training business since 2010. With her extensive experience in the fitness field, she has been successful in developing strength and conditioning programs for individuals in a variety of age groups from teens to seniors.
~ Julia ~