Why Beast mode is a load of S&*T! - Personal Trainer Newcastle Joe Wear Fitness

Why Beast mode is a load of S&*T!

It’s not being weak or bashing your man points in by admitting sometimes you don’t feel like training.

It’s pretty hard to ignore all those stupid quotes you see.

Go hard or Go home

Beast mode

Winners never quit quitters never win.

I’ll throw my hands up and say I’ve been guilty of using them before.

I’ve got a question for you?

What motivates you?

For me

It’s spending time with my georgeous lady

Building a business designed to help people improve their health and lifestyle

Staying fit to play football for the Stan (need to up my game in this department)

Simple 3 things that I work on daily.

Now stop what you’re doing and do the same thing.

Unlike most trainers I get that you’re busy, don’t wanna spend your life in the gym but want to shift some timber.

If all you do is punish your body which can be through food, drink or even exercise eventually something will give.

It’s unrealistic to go balls to the wall 24/7.

In fact it’s a fast way to burning out.

^^^^which is no good^^^^

So what’s the answer?

Find something that works for you.

That fits your lifestyle.

That gets you results.

It’s ok to have bad days and not feel on top form.

That’s life.

But don’t make the mistake of only acting on your feelings.

You need to be commited to a goal with a plan.

I’ll be showing everyone on the elite Racket Fitness Programme in September exactly how to do it.

1/2 the spaces have gone in the 7am group so to guarantee your spot click here.


P.S If you just kinda like the idea it’s probably not for you. Commited people only! https://www.joewear.co.uk/dropaclothessizein7weeks

About the Author Joe Wear

Joe Wear is a Strength and conditioning Coach based in Newcastle upon Tyne whose proven strategies from the past decade of coaching can help you re-gain your fitness, lose weight and get back to your best! Joe is certified by two of the leading strength and conditioning organisations in the world the United Kingdom strength and conditioning association (UKSCA) and the National strength and conditioning association (CSCS). He is a former professional footballer with Hartlepool united and achieved his exercise and sports science degree whilst on a football scholarship at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma USA.

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