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Daryl Laws changes lives. Daryl motivates, lifts, and nurtures you to a level of fitness, strength, and performance that shatters your self-imposed limits. Simply put, Daryl cares about people and believes in the human spirit. This care and belief allows him to reach inside of you, bring out your best, and make it even better. This is where knowledge, experience, and faith combine to produce results.

 

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Success is a Matter of Goal Setting and Not Stopping

Success is a Matter of Goal Setting and Not Stopping Question: I read your previous articles the past two weeks about surrounding yourself with positive people and mentally preparing yourself for success. I need specific help with goal setting. Should I set very high goals that I may or may not reach or something more attainable? Answer: Always reach for the [more]

Overcoming Failure and Targeting Success

Overcoming Failure and Targeting Success Question: This season was difficult and I just don't know if I have the ability I once did to keep winning. I made some changes in my life during the past year and I have begun to wonder if I really have the necessary talent to make it where I [more]

Weight Loss - You Have to Want it Enough to Change Your Life...

Weight Loss - You Have to Want it Enough to Change Your Life... Question: I just have not been committed to the weight loss plan I made as a New Year's resolution. How can I stay on track when it seems everyone around me isn't ? Answer: The short answer is change the people you're around. It's true that spending time with people who are [more]

Off Season Football Training and Goals

Off Season Football Training and Goals Question: I want to be the best I can be. I am willing to train seven days a week if necessary to get there. How many days a week do you recommend for getting ready for football in August? Answer: Seven days is going to be a bit much for a [more]

Fitting Workout Time into a Busy Schedule

Fitting Workout Time into a Busy Schedule Question: I know I need to workout but I can't find the time in my schedule. I am making a New Year's Resolution to start exercising and be healthier. Are there quick 10 minute workouts that I can do in place of a regular forty to sixty minute workout? Answer: Yes [more]

Weight Workout for Swimming

Weight Workout for Swimming Question: Is there a weight workout that is helpful for swimming? Answer: Weight training is beneficial for swimming but the idea is not to train exclusively heavy to get stronger. You need a variety of rep systems to improve muscle strength, muscle endurance and always work on flexibility. Core work is essential [more]

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Success is a Matter of Goal Setting and Not Stopping

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Question: I read your previous articles the past two weeks about surrounding yourself with positive people and mentally preparing yourself for success. I need specific help with goal setting. Should I set very high goals that I may or may not reach or something more attainable?

Answer: Always reach for the impossible. Impossible only means someone hasn’t done it yet or in your case, you haven’t done it yet.

Now once the goal is set, then the difficult part is to do the work necessary to reach it. When you’re out of breath, lungs and muscles burning and your heart feels like it may explode, is the time that you decide to keep moving forward or quit. At night when you’re usually enjoying some snack and now you’ve chosen to be healthier and eat according to what you’re body needs, becomes the time you choose a little discomfort or to keep moving forward.

Set your goals as lofty as you can dream. Have a plan outlining how to get there. Insert stepping stone goals in your plan that are attainable, each a little closer to your end goal. Immerse yourself in the process and keep moving forward. As you move along reaching stepping stone goals one hazard is complacency. Don’t let up until you finish and reach the desired end result. You can and will succeed if you simply keep moving forward.

God bless and keep training,
Daryl