The Mindset Podcast – Episode 10

Do you ever have one of those mornings when your alarm goes off and you just want to hit the snooze button? It’s still dark outside, you’re tired, you don’t want to leave your warm bed, and maybe just 5 more minutes… Sounds familiar?

We’ve all been there!

We are not always motivated to go to work, to the gym, to work on our business, or to even get started with our day. Somedays, a simple thing like waking up feels like a struggle.

However, we still need to show up and do the things we don’t feel like doing, right?

In this episode of The Mindset Podcast, Greg and Steven share a trick on how to put yourself in action mode and get things done even when your motivation is nowhere to be found. The trick will work on people with competitive nature (and if you’re reading this blog, you’re most likely a competitive go-getter) and is so simple that you can start practicing it ASAP!

Steven shares a story about his friend Rex who has three children under the age of 4 and every morning he wakes up at 3:30, hits the gym, showers, and arrives first at work. When Steven asked him if he ever hits the snooze button, Rex said that the moment his alarm goes off, his feet hit the ground. How does he do it?

His first thought in the morning is that if he doesn’t get up, there’d be a guy in the gym, and then in the office, who’d be outworking him. 

This way of thinking changes a lot if you want to be the one winning.

There’s always someone who can outwork you if you don’t give your best. Instead of thinking how much you’d like to keep sleeping when it’s time to get up, think about the person who will outwork you easily if you don’t do the things you should be doing. Shifting to that mindset will take a little bit of time but it will challenge the competitor in you and it’ll make it easier to divorce your excuses.

Hitting the snooze button might not feel like “a big deal” but the small daily actions you do shape your future and growth. Waking up when the alarm goes off, being consistent with your physical and mental training, avoiding distractions, and putting effort, are the elements that guarantee your success.

There’re people out there who are your competition in different areas of your life. Whether it’s work or sports, if you want to beat the competition, you should take action every day. These people might be underestimating you but it’s your job to prove them wrong. As Greg says, it can even be fun to be underestimated when you’ve been putting in the work in silence.

Another valuable point that Steven and Greg bring is that you shouldn’t rely on motivation to make your dreams come true. You won’t always have exciting days where you set records in training and business. However, you still need to show up for yourself and punch the clock. This is where discipline comes in. If there’s one quality that successful people all have in common, it is discipline.

Discipline is stronger than motivation and it’s the tool that bridges the gap between wishing and achieving. When you have discipline and a strong work ethic, nothing can stand in your way.

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a supportive environment with other disciplined go-getters!

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The Mindset Podcast – Episode 9

Put your oxygen mask on first! You’ve heard this on every flight you’ve ever taken.

The reason for this statement to be so important is that you can’t help anyone if you don’t help yourself first.

In the ninth episode of The Mindest Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven talk about the crucial value of self-care and a morning routine that supports your goals.

No matter how much work you need to get done in a day, remember that you can’t give what you don’t have and you can’t pour from an empty cup. If you’re in a leadership position, or somebody’s looking up to you, you’ve got to prioritize your self-care. If you’re tired and rundown all the time, you won’t be able to provide value to the people around you.

Both Greg and Steven are business owners and share that they have a non-negotiable morning routine that allows them to put themselves first before taking care of anything else.

Greg spends 30 minutes to an hour every morning reading the Bible and filling in a template with wins and lessons from the previous day. He also writes down his top 3 priorities for the day and only then he proceeds to get some work stuff done. The mid-morning is blocked for his training session with his gym partner, and after that, he continues with the rest of the working day.

Remember that you are what you do on a regular basis. You have to block time for yourself first thing in the morning, or the day will probably take that opportunity from you.

Steven starts his day with 30 minutes of cardio in the office before anyone else gets there. The first 10 minutes he dedicates to a brain dump exercise, where he types on his phone everything he needs to get done this day. The other 20 minutes he spends looking at his vision board, thinking about the life he wants to have.

He says that these 20 minutes of visualization energize him and give him purpose. All the brain dump ideas now have fuel and fire behind them. After the cardio session, he prioritizes his tasks and starts working on them, one after the other.

This helps him stay reactive in a positive way and ready to attack any problems that might occur.

It’s really crazy what 30 minutes can do for you if you use them right! 30 minutes might not sound as much, but if you take that 30 minutes over two years, it’s going to make a big difference in your life and the people around you.

As Brain Cain says “If you’re juiceless, you’re useless and if you’re juiceful, you’re useful!”.

Make sure you put your oxygen mask on first and then you’ll be unstoppable and ready to do whatever it takes to achieve your goals.

Time is the ultimate equalizer and we all have 24 hours a day. Spend your time wisely because it’s your most valuable asset!

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a positive and supportive environment with like-minded go-getters!

Brought to you by MAN Sports

The Mindset Podcast – Episode 8

The world we live in is already crowded with so many similar ideas. Many of the products and services in the fitness industry have little to no difference, they’re just named differently.

While it is very difficult to stand out in this market, it is not impossible if your goal is to really add value to the industry.

In this episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Steven and Greg talk about the importance of being original and why copying someone else’s work won’t make you successful.

One of the biggest mistakes you can do when creating your product or service is to look at the big companies and try to copy them. If you decide to compete against them by doing what they’re doing, failing is guaranteed.

Your unique approach to things is your advantage. You have to own your own entity and ideas if you want to have long-term success. It takes longer to come up with something brilliant and original by yourself, and it’s definitely more difficult than copying someone else’s work, but it’s always worth it in the end.

Keep in mind that sometimes, you might be copying someone without realizing it. We see so many different things on social media that stick to our brains, then we come up with something similar and we forget that we saw it from another company or brand.

To avoid this, you can unfollow the companies on social media that are in the same industry as you. This way you’ll be staying in your lane and everything you create will be original.

Another interesting point that Greg and Steven bring is that it is okay to get inspired by other companies, as long as they’re not from the same industry as you.

Look for another industry that’s already executed and done really well and try to incorporate some of their ideas into yours. Look at their success path and find how you can merge that into your industry by adding value.

When looking at other successful industries for inspiration, you can ask yourself questions like:

  • How are these guys winning?
  • What are they doing really well?
  • How can we add that cool thing to our cool thing?

This can help you stay on top of your game without stealing ideas from your competition.

Steven notes that being original and different might not always be understood and welcomed. We learn what is valuable by failure. Sometimes, we might think that we got the greatest idea of all time but people won’t necessarily see the value in it.

If this happens, we got two options –  attempt to educate people on why our idea is valuable, or accept that our project should change and improve. Whatever the outcome is, we’ll learn a lesson.

What matters most is to keep trying and keep taking risks.

For example, Greg says that when they get a new machine for the gym, they don’t know whether the members are going to like it or not. Sometimes, nobody would even look at it. Other times, there would be new people wanting to become members because of that new and different piece of equipment.

Allow yourself to try different things and don’t get discouraged if you don’t get the desired results at first. With time and experience, you’ll get better and better.

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a highly motivating and friendly environment!

Brought to you by MAN Sports

The Mindset Podcast – Episode 7

Whenever we decide to do something new, whether a business or a hobby, getting started is the part we face the strongest resistance. We often have too many choices and get overwhelmed in the process, which leads to indecisiveness.

In the seventh episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven talk about the

most effective way to get rolling in the right direction. That goes into being malleable, being a chameleon.Greg shares an interesting story about missing an opportunity when he first started his business, because of not being flexible.

When he opened his first gym Metroflex in 2009, he was only 22 years old and didn’t have the budget for good marketing. YouTube was still a very young platform back then and he started filming members working out. Soon, more and more people wanted to be on YouTube and volunteered to be on the videos and create content.

Soon, Greg’s videos started to pick up a lot of traction and got verified to get ad money.

Simultaneously, his business started to grow too and he told to himself “Well, I don’t need to do this YouTube stuff anymore because I can afford real marketing!”.

Looking at the story from today’s perspective, Greg missed the perfect opportunity to become the most recognizable gym owner on YouTube, since he was one of the first people to do videos like that back then. He says that he had a rigid mindset when he first started his business and didn’t know that he should always look for that next good avenue.

The good thing about this story is that he learned from it. We can’t be angry with ourselves for doing mistakes that can be avoided only by experience.

Whenever you miss an opportunity, make sure you understand why it happened and change something in your approach.

Being malleable is important, not only at the beginning of a new project but throughout the whole journey.

Furthermore, being flexible ensures that other people will be willing to work with you. Nobody wants to deal with a close-minded person and good business opportunities often come from others who are looking for partners.

Note that there’s a dichotomy in every piece of advice.

You need to stay flexible and open to opportunities, but at the same time, you should stick to your guns too. Weigh things out. Don’t marry an idea or belief. Stay adaptable and accept feedback from others, whether that’s from a customer, a spouse, or an employee.

The most important thing you need to learn is to never be too good to make a change.

Especially in the beginning when you need to gain experience and stack some failures under your belt. Stay confident that you can handle anything, but also, be open to change and figure things out as you go.

As Steven says, focus on the next 200 feet in front of you, have an open mindset, and be a chameleon. This should be enough for a strong start.

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a highly motivating environment that will teach you how to adapt to any situation!

Brought to you by MAN Sports

Healthy Habits That Could Change Your Life – Community Cocktails with Kimberly Podcast

August is the all-time favorite vacation month for most people, no matter where they live in the world. It is often the month when many fitness enthusiasts decide to take things easy for a while and their healthy nutrition falls off track.

If this sounds like you, don’t worry! We got you!

To help you get back into a healthy routine, Greg is speaking at Community Cocktails with Kimberly Podcast. He shares some simple, but yet, very effective healthy habits that can really change your life for good.

The truth is that you can’t out-exercise a bad diet. No matter how much you work out, your diet determines the results you’ll get from your efforts at the gym.

Note that the word “diet” shouldn’t mean a restrictive diet. It simply means a way of eating.

Greg talks about an interesting study that was done at Oxford. The researchers found that the people who are successful at healthy eating follow two simple rules – they prepare their meals in advance, and have a daily checklist.

While preparing essentially means cooking for the next few days or a week, it can also mean just thinking about what you’re going to eat. This allows you to shop groceries with intention and to plan out what you’re going to eat and cook every day of the week.

If a whole week seems too difficult to plan, you can design just a few days in advance. As long as you establish a routine, you’ll be able to follow this recommendation easily.

Having a checklist ensures that you won’t skip a meal and that you won’t have to take any decisions on a daily basis regarding your food. Following a plan and checklist will help you get into a flow of doing and remove any excuses your brain might come up with.

If you don’t enjoy meal planning you can also use meal prep services that do the whole work for you. We live in a time when we don’t have any excuses not to eat well because services like that are available now!

Having a balanced diet in place will prevent you from feeling sluggish after having a too large serving of food or too many carbohydrates without a sufficient amount of protein. Your days can get so much more productive and enjoyable when your energy levels are high throughout the whole day.

Another important thing that Greg mentions is that people tend to believe that healthy food is more expensive, while in reality, this is a myth. Healthy food is not just a tool to help you feel and look good; it’s also a preventive medicine as obesity is the root cause of many health issues.

Furthermore, the essential healthy ingredients you should build your meals around are not more expensive than junk food. Things like lean meat, eggs, dairy, and vegetables are more budget-friendly than fast food. You don’t need to go for organic-labeled products. Oftentimes, there is not a significant difference between organic and regular products, besides that the price of the organic ones is a lot higher.

Last but not least, Greg also suggests setting a budget for your food for the week. This way you will make sure to buy the important ingredients first and use what’s left from the budget for a little bit of your favorite not-so-healthy food as a reward. Your diet shouldn’t restrict anything. If you have enough protein, complex carbs, veggies, and healthy fats, you can have some of the treats you love too!

Do you want to listen to the whole episode with Greg and Kimberly? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a positive and supportive environment with like-minded people!

The Mindset Podcast – Episode 6

Having ambitious and big goals is vital if you want to unleash your full potential and challenge yourself. But how do you accomplish these massive goals if you can’t see the way to getting there?

This is the awesome part – you don’t need to have it all figured out or know the whole way. It’s enough to know the first steps you need to take.

In this episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven talk about being satisfied with seeing the next 200 feet. As mental performance coach Brian Cain says, you only need to be able to see what the next 200 feet look like.

Here’s what he means.

Let’s say you’re driving across the country at night, from New York to LA. When you get in your car you can only see as far as your headlights will go. You know that there is a way to your destination but you can’t see all of it at the beginning. You’ve got to break that giant journey up into smaller steps, 200 feet at a time.

This is a great analogy to life goals.

Don’t spend all your time looking too far down the road. The only moment you have control over is the one you’re currently working on.

It’s amazing to have huge macro goals, such as things you want to accomplish 10 years from now. But how do you break down those 10-year goals in a way that feels doable?

You break it down by five years, two years, twelve months, quarterly, and then ultimately, bi-weekly, and daily. Having daily goals and checking those boxes every single day is the only way you can move forward and hit your progress.

The best way to do that according to Greg and Steven is by being present in the moment.

We tend to constantly think about the future and try to predict what is going to happen, or overthink the past and let that weigh on us. Instead, we should spend as much time in the present moment as we can.

Remember that we’re bad at multitasking and the present moment is the one we can control. Therefore, the present moment is the only one we can make progress on.

If you’re 100% present with what you’re working on, you experience a lot more pride in doing your best work. How often do we actually do what we’re fully capable of? How often do we sit down and say “I’m going to give this task my 100% best energy and focus”?

If you adopt this mentality, you could move mountains with this laser focus. It all starts with setting the right intention for the daily tasks and executing your plan, day in and day out.

Personal trainers and nutrition coaches do the same thing with their clients. They don’t tell them about all of the steps they need to do, they guide people one step at a time, one workout and meal plan at a time. Because their clients only need to see the next 200 feet in order to keep going.

Even though doing the things you need to do for the day might seem like a too small step for your big goals, if the daily actions are set with the right intention they can take you far. At the end of the week, at the end of the month, at the end of the year… you can look back and be amazed at what you’ve accomplished.

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a highly motivating and supporting environment that will bring out the toughest version of you, one step at a time!

Brought to you by MAN Sports

The Mindset Podcast – Episode 5

You’ve probably come across this quote at least once in your life – “You can’t control what happens to you, but you can control how you react to it”.

While we all agree with that statement, when things go south it’s very easy to fall into the trap of victim mentality.

In the fifth episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven talk about adversity and how you can actually use it to your advantage.

That’s right, the unfortunate circumstances don’t have to be only bad.

Adversity can be your best friend or your worst enemy. It’s all up to you to decide. No matter how unpleasant certain situations can be, you should remember that adversity is what builds a strong character. The more things you go through, the more skilled and prepared you become for whatever life throws at you.

It might be a hard pill to swallow but life is not always easy and we should be ready to face anything.

No matter how tough some situations get for us, we should always put our problems into context. If we don’t gain experience and learn something from an unfortunate stage of our lives, then we suffered for nothing.

As Steven noted during the podcast, stressing out and feeling sorry for yourself will never solve any of your issues. Stressing over something without working on making things better will only increase your cortisol (stress hormone) and put you in a worse place, both mentally and physically. High levels of cortisol are associated with health issues, such as chronic pain, insomnia, GI tract problems, depression, anxiety, and a long list of other undesirable conditions.

Adding health problems to your other hardships can shut you down mentally and make you feel hopeless.

In order to avoid that you should learn how to accept anything that happens and stay as calm as possible.

Another important topic that Greg brought up, is the life of the Navy SEALs. The Navy SEALs go through war simulation, insane physical training, and put themselves through a hell of a challenge, so they can be ready for war.

Greg shares that he admires this culture and every time he faces difficulties in his entrepreneurial life, he’s treating it as a boot camp that makes him stronger.

When you go through something harsh, reflect on the situation and understand that it will help you develop the skillset you need to accomplish your goals. If you really want to achieve what you desire and be proud of yourself, you can treat the difficult part as training that you volunteered for, just like a SEAL.

Instead of wrecking you, it should make you ready to receive everything you wanted.

If you want to be the person who achieves things in life, you should let go of the comfort of the victim mentality. Adopt the mindset of a lifelong learner who is willing to gain knowledge and experience from every situation and you’ll be unstoppable!

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and start working out in a highly motivating and supporting environment that will bring out the toughest version of you!

Brought to you by MAN Sports

The Mindset Podcast – Episode 4

Have you ever wondered what is the best way to be successful and build a good reputation? The short answer for this is simple – maintain your integrity.

While integrity is not something you build in a day, it is a quality that is valued highly by others. And the people who value integrity are the ones you want to be around.

Doing the right thing no matter what is the only way to become a person of integrity.

In the fourth episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven discuss the importance of having strong moral principles and how they improve the quality of life.

In the fourth episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven discuss the importance of having strong moral principles and how they improve the quality of life.

As Steven says in the podcast, “You only have ONE reputation”. So, you’d better take good care of it.

Greg explains that the lifelong advice he’s been following is “Do the right thing, even when nobody is watching”.

He says that staying a decent person has paid off many times and what comes around goes back around eventually. No matter what world religion you subscribe to, or if you are none, we all agree that there’s reciprocity in the way you act, and then what happens to you for the rest of your life.

Steven shares an interesting story about the beginning of his career when they bought the supplement brand MAN Sports. They had only one product back then and one buyer – Marvin, owner of Vitamin Shop. One day he told Steven that his product is not doing a good job and it was not selling at their stores.

Instead of telling him to change the promotion and keep buying the product, Steven decided to be honest with him and told him that the product is not a good fit for his store. He advised the only buyer he had to stop buying his product.

Steven also told Marvin that once he has a good product for his store, he would give him a call.

A few months later, when Steven introduced his new product to Marvin, he bought it without doubting its quality, because he knew that Steven would always be honest and straightforward with him.

Twenty-four months later, Steven’s product became the number one selling testosterone booster nationwide at Vitamin Shop.

What we can learn from this story is that other people’s respect and trust are earned with openness, and it’s always worth it in the end. Treating people right, even when it hurts your business and wallet, is the only way to maintain your integrity.

Another good point that Greg brings is that when you have a reputation for behaving with honesty, you attract like-minded people. People that share the same moral values as you would be naturally drawn to you in your working space and in the places that you visit. It’s so much better to live your life that way, instead of watching your back and worrying that someone’s going to come and haunt you from your past.

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and experience what it is like to work out in a friendly and humble environment that will challenge you to be the best version of yourself! Brought to you by MAN Sports

The Mindset Podcast – Episode 3

Have you ever heard the expression “It’s never a good time to start?”

When you think about it there is literally no reason not to agree with it.

Yet, so many people “wait for the right moment” when they need to get out of their comfort zones and take action towards something challenging.

Whether you are on the fence about starting a business, a fitness journey, or a family, you will inevitably ask yourself “Is this the right time or I should wait?”.

In this episode of The Mindset Podcast, hosts Greg and Steven talk about the importance of just getting started.

You’ll never know enough; you will never have enough experience and things will never be right. However, you should have enough confidence in yourself to figure it out as you go and simply start learning.

You can always make up for the things you don’t know with hard work.

As mental performance coach Brian Cain says, “The start is what stops most people”. So don’t be one of those people who never even try.

The only thing you need to do before you take the first step is to acknowledge that your goal is difficult, and it scares you, but you’re going to accomplish it anyway. This is how courage is built.

The uncomfortable truth is that if you don’t get some failures under your belt, you’ll never learn anything. Remember that the wisest man in the room is the one who failed the most.

People are usually scared to initiate a change because they are afraid to fail. Nobody wants to feel stupid or disappointed with themselves. So, what’s the first step to take to make a change?

According to Greg, figuring out what the smallest step you can take is, and then taking it is the best way to start. No need to do something huge at the beginning. Just take a small step, and then another one, and start to build some momentum.

Mental performance research studies have shown that motivation comes from action. It will never come to you if you just sit and wait until you feel motivated. You should be courageous to begin taking action towards what you want. This will inspire and motivate you to continue taking bigger steps and more risks.

Another interesting point that Steven brings is that there isn’t a single “original” idea out there. There’s no actual original idea that you have, or anybody in this world has. Everybody’s had that same idea so many times. But the person who puts in the work and executes is the one who wins in the end.

Focus on executing your idea without waiting and overthinking it. During that process, you’ll figure out how to be the best at it.

Do you want to listen to the full episode of The Mindset Podcast with Greg and Steven? You can do it here!

Are you from Allen, Dallas, or Plano? If you still haven’t become a member of Hidden Gym, you can get your free day pass here and experience what it is like to work out in a supportive environment that will challenge you to get started and achieve great results.

Brought to you by MAN Sports

Success Superstars – Taking Care of Your Health – Greg McCoy

Success Superstars is your go-to place for inspiration from peak performers just like you! The podcast aims to provide a platform to share best practices and success across JPAR teams, agents, and staff.

Want to know more about JPAR?

JPAR Real Estate is a company that is famous for its high productivity and outstanding service. It has gone from the #1 independently and privately held brokerage in Texas to the fastest-growing 100% commission brokerage and franchise in the USA.

In this episode 226, guest Greg McCoy, personal trainer and gym owner, talks about the importance of health and wellness and how it can skyrocket the productivity of entrepreneurs.

According to Mark Johnson, host of the podcast and president of JPAR Real Estate, the five words ‘’I don’t feel like it” can kill more dreams and ideas than any other behavior.

Greg shares that “Discipline over motivation” is their motto in the gym and it helps clients and members adopt that mindset. Even though he has been competing in bodybuilding for 15 years and truly loves the sport, there are days when he doesn’t feel like working out either. But on days like that, he punches the clock and gets it done.

Because doing the things you need to do, when you don’t feel like doing them, separates the people who get results from those who don’t. 

During the podcast, Greg also answers some key questions that can help anyone who is ready to divorce their excuses and make fitness a lifestyle.

What is the optimal diet to lose weight?

There are so many research studies on the topic and they’ve essentially determined there’s not a single most optimal diet. People who want to lose weight just need to reduce calories and how they do it over enough time isn’t all that important.

The most significant success factors for weight loss turn out to be preparing meals in advance and a daily checklist. It’s those simple behavioral traits that do far more than a perfectly laid out meal plan.

How crucial is sleep for reaching fitness goals?

Getting enough sleep is one of the hardest, easy pieces of advice you’ll ever get. To sleep more sounds simple but it’s often the first thing to neglect when life gets busy.

However, sleep is not something you can skip if you really want to lose weight and/or build muscle and strength. If you’re doing things right in the gym, you break down your body in a way, and then it grows back stronger. If you don’t get adequate rest, it’s not going to repair itself and you won’t be fully recovered. Make sure to prioritize your sleep and maintain good sleep hygiene.

And what about the other easy but underrated habit – drinking enough water?

Hydration plays a huge role too in the way we move.

Even a 5% dehydration can lead to a 20% performance decline. Remember that a hydrated muscle is a well-performing muscle, so simply drink your water.

What’s the distinction between clients that always have excuses versus those that have the breakthrough?

What’s interesting is that high-performing professionals usually do the same things over and over again.

Consistency is the thing that really separates the people who have the breakthrough apart from the people with excuses. They always make time for working on their goals and just make it happen.

For example, if they are busy during their lunch hour, they wake up at 5 AM and come to do their workout.

That’s how successful people got to where they are. They apply that same discipline to different areas of their lives, such as their career, relationships, personal development, etc. When you want to be good at something and achieve great results, you have to be disciplined and willing to do the things you don’t feel like doing. There is no easy way out nor a shortcut.

Remember that to be in shape you need to do a few simple things consistently, rather than be perfect with your workout and diet plan for a few days. Commit to one small and easy step and then take it up a level. This is the most sustainable way to do it.

If you are from Allen, Dallas, or Plano you can come to one of the Hidden Gym’s locations and work with an experienced coach who can teach you how to develop the right habits and make long-lasting changes. If you live anywhere else in the world, there is a way to work with the right coaches too – Hidden Gym’s trainers work with people worldwide online.

Accountability is a big factor in building discipline, so don’t wait any longer and start your fitness journey today! Get a free day pass for the gym here or reach out to us to become a remote client!