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Posted by Bodybuilding Posse on Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Hello and welcome to Bodybuilding Posse Weekly Video.
This is Rossella Pruneti and I would like to talk you about a worthy lesson from bodybuilders.
This is especially important to balance your life and to connect your mind to your body and to strenghten your soul and mind.
What’s your body like now?
What’s your life like now?
What would you like to be?
What would you like to look like?
This is a big, big, big topic and the start of a coaching program but I feel this is a very important conversation to have especially now at the start of the new year when people are making resolutions
based on what they are or or are doing and on what they want to be and want to do.
According to author Viktor Frankl in “Man’s Search for a Meaning” one component of wellbeing is based on a certain degree of tension between what one has already accomplished and what one has yet to achieve.
In other words, who you are today, what you look like today, and who you are to become tomorrow, what you want to look like tomorrow.
Well, this is a gap indeed – who you are and who you want to be, what your body is like and what you would you like your body is like.
It’s indeed a gap but it’s not a failure. If you think you are a failure because you haven’t reached all your dreams, your ideal weight, your ideal body proportions – yet – you are not!
As bodybuilders say, you are just getting ready you are in a pre-contest mode.
The gap and its tension is really a good thing. You are UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
It’s good news. Embrace that drive that you have. Embrace that discomfort that you feel in front of your gap and start working, start doing.
Who you are today and who you want to become in a set date in the future. Breathe and get rid of the feeling of failure. You are building.
Let me quote George Michael: “It’s the things that you are missing that make you a star,
not the things that you have got.”