Personal Philosophy: Part 1

Hey Chad Nelson here…

Being in the Health and Fitness Industry over the last 8 years I’ve learned a lot about all my difference clients.

That is why I love what I do — learning and understanding who you are and what makes you tick is very rewarding.  That’s one reason why I’m 97% different from other personal trainers.  I really care; your needs and wants are important and I’ll take time to understand them.

However, to be successful with any client there has to be some sort of connection.   And the best way for me to establish this; is to share my personal philosophy.

How about you…. Do you have a personal philosophy?

If not maybe you’ll like mine… and there’ll be a possible connection!

#1 Anyone can achieve a level of fitness know matter where they are in life.

Every 3 years you get a “do over” to transform your life.

How many people do you know that stay the same and never change.  It blows my mind… for things to get better we must get better.  For things to change we must change.

I find it fascinating that most people plan their vacations with better care than they plan their lives. Perhaps that is because escape is easier than change.

#2 Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job!

I see this a lot in the gym we’re over worked, under paid and stressed out.

Do you let your job control your life?


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I’m sure you have goals and dreams so why let your job control your future. When is the last time you took time to learn something new?

There has to be a balance in your lifestyle.

For example… If you’re not happy with the way things are going… then its time to work on yourself.

I heard that if you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life.  Are you following your passion or purpose?

“You are today what you’ll be 5 years from now, except for the books you read and the people you meet”

#3 Everyday its takes consistent habits to achieve excellence.

Here is a quick story… If you want results it’s like pumping the lever on an old water pump.  If you get some results… you take a break and stop pumping and before you know it you have to pump the lever even harder to get your results back.

If we stay consistent and pump the lever 10 times a day everyday then its easier to maintain your habits.

Habits are best described as… the older they are… the bigger they get… the deeper the roots grow and the harder they are to uproot, some get so big with roots so deep you might even hesitant to try.

Part 2 is coming…

Until then stay strong and stay positive,

Chad 🙂


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