Practice Makes Better

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How come some people can so easily make “balanced –n- lean decisions” that seem difficult or nearly impossible to others?

To put it into perspective, someone who makes balanced or lean decisions tends to eat breakfast, regularly packs their lunch, chooses water over soda, makes exercise a priority, rarely accepts dessert, and almost always seems prepared.

 

What’s different about these people? It appears they have super-powered willpower. Or are they just “wired” differently than others who don’t make it look so easy? It sure seems like they are, while others struggle to make the “right” decision on a daily basis and just can’t seem to stick with it when they try.

 

How is an elite athlete better at their sport than someone who picks it up for the first time? Or a musician who plays an instrument in the symphony? Do these people have superpowered willpower? Think about it. What do all these people have in common?

 

They practice.

 

They practice making decisions that have supported their goal, whether they are healthy –n- fit, an elite runner in the Olympics, or a Violin player in the NY Symphony. Day in and day out they practice making decisions that make them look like they have super powers, but they’re just like you and me.

 

When you were a baby and you wanted to walk for the first time, how did that go for you?

 

Like everyone in the world, you got up, you fell. You got up again and you fell again. You repeated this pattern until you were just walking. Even if you felt frustrated from time to time, it didn’t stop you. Same thing for learning how to talk, learning how to spell, learning how to write, read, ride a bike...etc. You just practiced until you had the skill and it was an unrecognized behavior, which coincidentally is also what a habit is described as.

So, with a whole new year ahead for you to practice new behavior or work on making balanced –n- lean decisions to support whatever your goal is, we, at The Training Spot, hope to encourage you to practice being the version of you, you wish to be. Each day is going to come and go no matter what, wouldn’t you like to say that you’ve been practicing your new skill each day versus wishing you started?

 

 

Practice makes.......better :)




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