Everyday when we wake up, brush our teeth, take a shower and get ready for our day we make a choice. This choice will determine how our day will flow and how we will feel. Who do you want to be today? As we lie awake in the wees hours of the morning we are sometimes making this decision when deciding if we are going to exercise today. And this decision will affect the rest of our day. Research shows that people that exercise tend to accomplish more in all aspects of their life!
Do you want to just make it through the day barely accomplishing your goals or do you want to be the overachiever? If overachieving is important to you then you have to meet your task list and achieve as much as possible. If overachieving is important to you than exercise is a must and when you workout you must do so to the fullest and you find every workout a competition within yourself. If you are the slacker you may feel like overachieving just takes too much work but think of how you will feel in the aftermath of accomplishing your goals. So stop the slacking and make the changes you deserve! You are more than that!!
So do not hide behind that desk of yours; get out and do something. Be who you want to be. Make a change. And live life to the fullest. Do not let life just happen but make life happen. And be all that you can be!
Have a great day!!
Tara Zimliki is a Certified Personal Trainer, Health Coach, and founder of Tara’s Bootcamp, the Premiere Bootcamp of New Jersey. She has completed 19 marathons, hundreds of 5ks and has trained with top athletes at the University of South Carolina where she was awarded a full cross country scholarship. Tara also has a degree from Rutgers University and specializes in fat loss and nutrition. In 2005, Tara ran the NYC Marathon while 8 months pregnant with her 2nd daughter, Ella. In 2008, Tara placed in the top 500 women for the NYC Marathon. And in 2011, Tara ran the NYC Marathon 6 months pregnant with her 3rd baby, Brent. Tara has been featured on many television segments including Fox, WPIX, NJ 12 and in Prevention’s 2011 book, The List Maker’s Get Healthy Guide. Tara’s practices what she preaches in all aspects of fitness and health and for this reason she is a trusted trainer that produces results. For more information on Tara visit www.tarasbootcamp.com and check out her motivational sister site www.funfitmama.com where Tara provides daily tips