Get out of YOUR Own Way!

By on January 23, 2013
get out of your own way

I see a lot of people falling short of their goals, especially this time of year when it is about this time that New Years Resolutions fall by the way side and you end up where you were before only to put off the things you really should be doing, especially when it comes to health and fitness.

The thing is is that you can achieve anything you want, you just have to understand how to get it by ignoring all the previous attempts that are logged in your inner voice  your sub conscious brain. You put these thoughts there and by repeated action, enforce the patterns so that they occur over and over.

No such thing as Mediocre

It is easy to give up, but who the hell wants that? who wants mediocrecy? will the get you the physique you desire or the body of your dreams? hell no. The only way to get there is get YOURSELF out of the way.

I came short with a challenge this week, however as you will see in the video I didn’t give up I WILL NOT let a blip derail me!

Give the video a heads up and let me know your thoughts in the comments below

So then, what are you going to do? build your self up so you can actually see past your own past failings? give yourself the little rewards in your self esteem bank, build them up and see where it takes you.

To your health and fitness

Dean Coulson


About Dean Coulson

• International Best Selling Author of the Fit Formula • Feature writer on Nutrition for the Uk’s biggest selling Martial arts magazine – Martial Arts Illustrated • Presenter & speaker - Tour the UK with Bafta Award Winning writer Geoff Thompson. ( ) • Owner and Performance coach at Assert Fitness Ltd. Taking our clients Dreams and makes them a reality, through the realms of coaching all aspects of health and fitness to busy professionals. • ,
DeanCoulson says:

check out this other post about motivation here

Jenny Taylor says:

Do you recommend visualisation to help achieve your goals or recommend some other mental training techniques?

DeanCoulson says:

Hi Jenny

Great to hear from you.

I do recommend visualisation, it is hugely powerful if done corrects. Positive affirmations are very powerful too. too many people train physically, but not mentally and that is very much key here. I also recommend meditation

Lee Taylor says:

Dean is a great personal trainer his knowledge is exceptional, a great video blog entry worth watching!