While training one of my clients one day, I asked her why getting a pull-up was more important than a chin-up for her.
Her reason was simple: “if I’m hanging from a ledge and can’t do a pull-up to save my life, I’d be mad at myself for dying that way.”
That stuck with me for awhile. And even more so recently, I had an email come in, as well as a conversation with my wife, about why I do what I do.
Why do I track calories every day? Even though, I could eyeball it or follow simple rules to stay in maintenance.
Why do I train five days a week?
Why do I constantly try and better myself?
It all has to do with values.
But it’s not just about ME. I had an email come in from a listener and we chatted about why this—training, nutrition, and dedication—lifestyle is important to us.
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