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Why You Shouldn't Focus On Your Results


The saying, "You don't get results by focusing on results. You get results by focusing on the actions that produce results", is a powerful reminder that success is not just about setting goals and hoping for the best. Instead, it's about taking action towards those goals and focusing on the process of achieving them.


This approach is particularly relevant in fitness. If you focus solely on the outcome - such as losing 10 pounds or running a marathon - you may become discouraged and demotivated if you don't see immediate results. However, if you focus on the actions that will lead to those results, such as eating a balanced diet or following a training plan, you'll be more likely to achieve your goals.


By focusing on the process, you also create habits and routines that support your long-term success. Consistency is key in fitness, and by focusing on the actions that produce results, you can develop healthy habits that will support your health and well-being in the long run.


It's also worth noting that the journey towards your fitness goals may not always be linear. There will be setbacks and challenges along the way, but by focusing on the process, you can stay committed and motivated even when progress is slow.


In summary, success in fitness - and in life - is not just about setting goals and hoping for the best. It's about taking consistent actions towards those goals and focusing on the process of achieving them. By doing so, you can create healthy habits and routines that support your overall health and well-being, and achieve sustainable success over time.


Motion, Muscle & Mindset,

Coach Asaya


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