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27
Sep

2013

The Power of Thinking Positively

Helen Bush

positive-thinking-fitnessIf you want to optimize your fitness results it could definitely be in your benefit to think positively and avoid thinking negatively. The power of positive thinking can give you that extra push needed to obtain your fitness goals when you most need it. Here are a few ways to help improve your positive thinking.

 

  1. Be happy. It is up to you to decide if you want to be happy today. You must choose to be happy and know that you are in control to decide how your day will be. Never allow yourself to be the victim. You are victorious in everything you do. Nothing ever just happens to you, but you make things happen to you.
  2. Achieve your goals. In order to be victorious in real life, you must first see yourself achieving your goals. However you picture yourself to be, you will become. Envision yourself as a winner. You must believe in yourself to reach your goals, or you will never be able to push yourself hard enough to achieve them.
  3. Leave your comfort zone. It is easy to get sucked into repeating what we are most comfortable with, but it can benefit you to switch up your routine. You should try new things that challenge you in different ways. There is so much out there to discover, so open yourself up to the many possibilities. You just have to let yourself get out there and see what there is to enjoy.
  4. Think big. You should know your limits and push yourself a little bit past that each day. Never let the fear of failure creep into you thoughts, and you will experience success. Your results can only be affected by how big you can dream. Remember if you can dream it, you can achieve it.

 

You may be surprised by how much thinking positively or negatively can affect your goals. When it comes down to crunch time, positive thinking may just give you that little extra push you need to achieve the results you want.

Helen Bush
Helen Bush is a self employed fitness writer who works with many health and fitness blogs. At a young age she discovered her passion for fitness and encouraging others. Helen enjoys being active and loves working out. In her middle and high school years she played an active part in her school basketball teams. Now she loves to study and participate in dance to help her stay active and fit. Her main goal is to help motivate others and push them to reach their fitness goals.