Stories of Transformation

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Arthur Boorman

Sometimes in life we awe at those with features we wished we had. Money. Six-Pack Abs. Fancy things. Worse, we have wishful thinking that awesome can happen for ourselves; accepting things as the way they are. Our mind is the most powerful part of our body, the most complex. When we set a goal, your brain can hurt your goals by fantasizing too much.

 “Summed up perfectly in the many observations of the “Scumbag Brain” meme, our brain does seem to engage in “sabotage” in terms of how it naturally reacts to situations.”

Scumbag Brain Meme

                                       Scumbag Brain Meme

Sounds like you, huh?

Since this is a blog that talks mostly about fitness and motivation, the mind can make or break what you want to look like. I admit that getting out there to lose weight and find ways to start is the most difficult part. Often, you stuck in accepting you either won’t lose the weight and/or things will never change.  The funny thing about the human body, we are more capable than we give ourselves credit for. We are capable of healing ourselves with the right foods. We are capable to overcome great circumstances and most importantly survive.

We introduce you the topic of our blog post. Arthur Boorman.

Who is he, you may ask? He was an overweight, disabled veteran who was told by countless doctors that he would never be able to walk again. Against all odds, with great help from Diamond Dallas Page for Yoga, not only he lost a lot of weight, but regained his ability to walk.  Stay persistent in the progress of your goals instead of fantasizing them and you achieve more than you can imagine. Had a day you fucked up, so what, keep going. Watch this video and get ready to feel inspired.

Hopefully this story can inspire you to follow your dreams – whatever they may be.
Anything is Possible!

Question of the day: What are some of your fears and what stops you from getting over them? Comment here below and we will post our answers the following week.

Until Then, The Concept of F.I.T. is your story.

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