|Here I am with my RTP Shredder shirt! I love what this shirt represents and that's why I picked one up.
Yes, my RTP shredder shirt arrived! I will wear it proudly and can't wait until my stomach is so flat and chest so big that the words pop out at you when I wear the shirt.
I plan to wear this shirt when I workout tomorrow to remind me that I need to
Well, I've rambled enough for one day. I wish I could figure out why certain things bother me so much. I wonder how much of it has to do with how my own mindset was for so long?
“Those who think they have no time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.” — Edward Stanley
So here I am at Day 24 of my first mission. As my previous post today mentioned, I had a decent workout today and did a good amount of cardio as well. I am aiming towards my goals and can't believe that I beat my first goal milestone.
I just wonder about people sometimes. I see people at the gym and they have all been going there for as long or longer than me. I notice that most of them have had no results at all. It is so common that the gym sells their personal training packages based on the idea that it is normal for people to see no results without a personal trainer's assistance. But what I wonder is how these people can continually put in such effort and be satisfied with not seeing any results. Yes, there are those that aren't really putting in an effort, but I see many who are putting in an intense effort at the gym. I can only assume their lack of results is due to their nutrition. Why aren't they at the point where they have to do something about it? I mean, I got to that point myself.
I couldn't go another day without results. I thought “Why am I spending so much time sweating if I'm not going to see results that I like?” That's when I decided to do something about it. I wonder what it will take for these other people. It makes me want to stop them and ask questions. In fact, when I hit my ultimate goals, I plan to bring a picture of my old self and stop them and ask them why they can't go from what I looked like (and they currently look like) to where I will be at that point. The idea isn't to say “Hey, look at me” but rather to say “I wish you would take control of your health and do something about it.” Obviously these people care because they wouldn't be at the gym if they didn't, but they really need to take control like the Shredders are doing. I'm not really sure yet why this bothers me so much.
I had a little surprise waiting for me in the mailbox yesterday.