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As many of you may know, I’m a big Jack Lalanne fan. Here is a great video, packed with sound advice. Enjoy!
Maggie is truly an inspiring woman. She makes progress every single time she steps foot in the gym! When I asked her to do a testimonial, I never expected this. She had my jaw open and feeling blessed. Enjoy.
Thank you Maggie!
Before we discuss motivation, let’s get explain the definition.
Motivation: the desire to do things.
It’s the difference between waking up before dawn to put in work and laying around the house all day. It’s the crucial element in setting and attaining goals—and research shows you can influence your own levels of motivation and self-control. So figure out what you want, rid yourself of the non-sense, and start being who you want to be.
We’ve all experienced a lack of motivation at one time or another, but it’s important to realize that we are in control! Motivation is a feeling, not an object that we either have or don’t. Feeling motivated is a matter of choice(s). We either choose to sit around or choose to be productive.
Some of us need a fire lit under our a**, while others light their own fire. Keep in mind results don’t come from doing nothing. Attaining what you want to achieve requires effort and time (work). Keep Moving Forward.
At Pro Fitness, all you have to do is show up. I’ll take care of the rest!
TWO RKC TEAM LEADERS
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2.5 hours of in‐depth training with two of the world’s leading RKC
Delaine Ross, RKC Team Leader,
earned her RKC in 2006, winning the technique challenge.
In 2010 she was promoted to Team Leader in recognition of her understanding and knowledge of the RKC system. Her new DVD
Kettlebells for the Busy Professional
teaches you how to:
Increase cardiovascular health.
Gain REAL strength that you can use every day.
Regain lost mobility from sitting at a desk all day.
Andrew Read, RKC Team Leader,
has quickly become a standout in the RKC community. Completing the RKC in 2009 he has gone onto be promoted to Team Leader in record time.
His writing can be found on his award winning blog at
which delves deeply into the use of the FMS and RKC systems and how to combine them to deliver massive performance and strength gains.
In this one time, never before done seminar these two rising stars of the RKC community will show you the hidden beneﬁts of the two most fundamental, yet under utilized RKC movements
Make no mistake to –“do the move” correctly is diﬃcult, but the payoﬀ is enormous.
Learn how to:
Find the hidden power locked in the Swing and the one thing that you’re doing to prevent it!
Use the Swing for strength, power, speed, fat loss, or ﬁtness – one exercise to rule them all.
Build power in your Swing without doing Swings!
Properly execute the Get Up and discover it’s nine diﬀerent functional movement beneﬁts.
Unlock the hidden treasure of the Get Up and how to use that knowledge to become instantly stronger.
Recognize how the FMS system ties into the Get Up and how to use both to create a sum greater than it’s parts!
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November 10th, 2011
Pro Fitness Training