Sometimes small setbacks are just blessings in disguise. They enhance your determination and whole-hearted dedication to achieving your goals.
We are all capable of living each day with a fiery passion and sense of purpose that radiates in our smile and voice.
We all need to have heroes, people to admire and look up to. To find a hero, first look to your parents or older brother or sister. Then look to the people who share the same morals and values that you have, and have accomplished the goals that you strive to achieve.
There is no "I" in "Team," but there is an "E" for "Everyone." A team achieves more when everyone contributes.
If in a tense or nervous situation, take a moment to center and ground yourself and make a thoughtful decision. Remember that nothing is as important as it first seems.
We all have 1,440 minutes each day to accomplish everything on our schedule. We are accountable for prioritizing the decisions we make with our time.
There is a Tony the Tiger inside of all of us just waiting to be unleashed.
When it comes down to it, it really is the little things that count most.
Dream big with no limitations.
Every day look in the mirror and flex your muscles. Smile and enjoy the sight of a beautiful fit body. If you don't like what you see, find a photo of how you want your body to look and paste it to the corner of your mirror. Be willing to work hard for what you have the potential to become.
They may never say it, but your parents really are proud of you when you follow your heart and chase your dreams.
Don't be intimidated by people who try to belittle your ambitions. Most of the time they are just jealous of your success or determination to reach the highest peaks of the mountains, and reign over them.
When I accomplish a challenging goal it is one of the most powerful and wonderful feelings in the world.
Nobody knows you better than you do.
Make it a goal to be somebody's hero.
Most people use excuses to cover up mistakes, but it takes less time to do something right the first time.
Always work harder than other people are willing to work. Sweat more, endure more pain, and then reap the rewards of success and achievement.
Keep records of your fitness progress throughout your training. Chart all of the food you eat, the exercises you complete, and even the amount of sleep you get each night. Refer back to your records to see where things went right or went wrong.
Be willing to give people a second chance. You'd be surprised how well people respond to another opportunity to succeed.
Surround yourself with positive, energetic, successful people and learn from them.
If you want it to be, your heart can be your biggest and most powerful muscle in your body.
When backed up against a wall, dig deep, demand excellence, stand tall, and be strong.
Before starting a fitness program or diet, know why you're doing it. Have specific goals with deadlines and visualize the end result each night before going to bed.
The people who put limits on your abilities, goals, or dreams, may not be the people you want to associate yourself with.
I'd rather have a picture-perfect body than a million dollars in my pocket.
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