The Value Of Persistence

November 22, 2015 by  
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Hard work is a necessity in life if you want to get anywhere. If you want to make money, then you have to be prepared to work for it. If you want a relationship to work, then you have to be aware that give and take are required. If you are building or making something, it will not put itself together and you have to be prepared to make the effort to do it yourself.

Although the rock hard abs you are looking for can be achieved somewhat quickly, the truth of the matter is that this process will never be instant. You are a human being with a human body. You can’t just think yourself thin, wish more hair on to your head or make your legs longer with the power of your mind. You need to put in genuine work to achieve self-improvement.

If you are told or advised that you can have the abs you have always dreamed of in just a couple of days with no punishing work, then you ought to be aware that this is an outright lie. Sometimes, it is best to be honest right down the line. You will have to work to get better abs – how else are they going to happen? – but if you are smart, the amount of work may not be as punishing.

Impossible promises are not uncommon on the internet – look at the spam folder in your email for absolute proof of this. They are a bid to draw money out of desperate customers who feel that they have exhausted all of their options. Don’t fall for them, and be persistent

Better Abs Means Better Sport Performance

November 9, 2015 by  
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One of the major reasons that people work on their physical fitness is the importance that general fitness has in terms of performing well in sport. Someone can be technically gifted in a sport – skilled at passing a football, able to hit an excellent forehand in tennis or have superb accuracy when shooting a basketball. But when you lack the core fitness that professionals have, the technical ability is not enough.

Increasing your core fitness and strength will allow you to better showcase your sporting ability. If your tennis shots are particularly good, then adding strength in your core region (of which the abdominal muscles are a key part) will enable you to play those shots more often and more consistently. It will also allow you to put more power into shots and running.

The amount of work that you do to maintain fitness is reflected in the results that you get on the sporting field. There are players, and indeed even teams, who are well-known for being prodigiously skilful in short bursts, and starting matches particularly well, yet end up losing more often than not because they don’t have the ability to finish as well as they start.

If you build better abs, you will find that the final few minutes of the match go a lot better for you. You will be better able to maintain concentration because you will not be so tired. You will have better posture when it comes to taking a shot because your core strength allows you to stand upright. Better core strength makes you a better athlete.

Do You Have Problems With Negative Body Image?

November 3, 2015 by  
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Body image is more of an issue today than it ever has been. Look at any number of magazines in your local newsagents or at news stands and you will see examples of the “perfect” look as well as magazines that tell you how to get it, next to other magazines which relate the stories of people who felt like dying because they couldn’t achieve the look they wanted.

It is tremendously easy to develop a negative self-image with regard to your body these days. Look at the headlines when a celebrity puts on a few extra pounds and you will see how opinions are shaped. Someone who is carrying extra weight can become the victim of a campaign of criticism that borders on the slanderous.

If you are coming from a position of negative body image, you are not in the right place to go for the perfect look. It sounds like a logical impossibility, but the truth is that people who are disgusted with themselves are not in a good position to turn things around in a lasting and correct way. They are far more likely to take short-cuts which will not help them in the long term.

This does not mean that you have to go on a long journey of discovery to get the look you want, only that you have to give a lot of thought to how you will go about getting there. If you are prepared to do a lot of hard work and ready to deal with setbacks, then the process of getting the best abs will be a lot more manageable.