Q: How many 2012 logs will get started and gradually become forgotten altogether?
A: This will not be one of them.
I’m 19 y/o at around 200lbs. My fitness ideals revolve around balance and explosiveness (Track and Field THROWER). I’m focused on psychology while studying music. Recently my work-ethic and will power have been weak in comparison to where I would like them to be for 2012.
1 Regain control of my body composition.
i. Eating meals in intervals
ii. 6:00am Wake-up workouts.
iii. Going to bed at a responsible hour
2 Rediscover my weight room (Beast-mode).
i. Increasing the intensity of the workout.
ii. Stop cutting corners
iii. Be a real man
3 Stay consistent in all ventures.
i. Study every day / Work ahead of coursework.
ii. Resist distractions, Keep my eyes on the prize.
iii. Keep everything logged
The year 2012 marks a time of change for me. I used to be into the concepts of 2012 and the speculations of crazy events taking place but now I’d like to take those matters into my own hands. I’m tired of looking at my gut sag when I lay around, I’m a hard working athlete and it should show.
It makes no sense to me to take my training to the next level and leave all other areas of my life to be forgotten, so I will be reforming all areas of my life for next year. I would like to ensure that I am a new and improved man by the end of 2012, it will be a true life-style change.
I. Build strong faith toward my work-ethic and my ‘spirituality’ (ideals, etc.).
II. Be confident in spontaneous ventures.
III. Embrace my testosterone and use it for training / competition.
IV. Maintain my 3.6+ GPA via time-management / study skills.
V. Keep everything logged and documented for review / consistency.
Plan of action;
This is the area that I joined T-Nation for. I would like to have this section very organized and adopted by 2012. I’m starting now because I want to be ready to wrestle this challenge all year so conditioning is very important to my success at this point. Please do what you can to help keep me determined, inspired, and motivated.