Gym Victory


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Gym Victory

Success within the realm of fitness can be measured any number of ways. We can make a lift we were previously unable to accomplish and that would be a gym victory. We can gain or lose weight, tighten up our abs, develop bigger biceps, fix hip imbalances and rid ourselves of back pain, the list goes on and on.

One thing we tend to overlook is that it all starts with showing up. The first time can be quite an undertaking for those of us whom are ill at ease in a gym. The fact that they showed up anyway, and have committed themselves to make healthy lifestyle choices gets my full respect. That is a major gym victory in my mind when I see that.

Another great gym victory would be the person who never watched their diet, or worked out sporadically at best, who can now celebrate a fitness anniversary. I have trained many clients who were at first trepidatious, to say the least, but then blossomed and marked one milestone after another over the years. That’s always wonderful to see.

Occasionally, a gym victory isn’t seen, but rather felt. As an example, there’s the heavy client who still doesn’t eat exactly as he or she has been told, and still doesn’t do the cardiovascular work on their own time as directed, but they feel so much better for the work that they have put in.

In other instances, while their physiques are little changed, their bone density levels have gotten better as has their cardiovascular health. That’s a fantastic victory in itself.

Staying positive is a greatly needed attribute in the pursuit of success, in any endeavor you undertake. Consistently sticking with your plan will yield results. Within the realm of fitness, as in all of life, it can be most helpful to step back and ask yourself if you are truly giving it your best effort. Is there any area in which you could improve? If you’re able to honestly answer that often times uncomfortable question to yourself, you will not only see improvements within you, but they will be visible to the eye as well. That in itself is perhaps one of the greatest victories one can achieve.

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My name is Andy Bruchey and I founded Complete Fitness Design over 20 years ago. I specialize in weight loss/gain, including the addition of quality, lean muscle mass, corrective flexibility, post injury rehabilitation, nutrition and sports specific training.
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Gym Victory
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Austin personal trainer Andy Bruchey discusses the many ways you can achieve a gym victory. If you work hard and persevere, success will result.
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My name is Andy Bruchey and I am a longtime Austin personal trainer having founded Complete Fitness Design over 20 years ago. I specialize in weight loss/gain, including the addition of quality, lean muscle mass, corrective flexibility, post injury rehabilitation, nutrition, and sports specific training for professionals. Contact me today to see how I can help you!
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