We all know certain things. We know that lettuce is probably better for us than twinkies. We know that exercising 20 minutes a day is better than doing nothing. We know taking walks is better than taking up space on a couch. We know.
Sometimes it isn't enough to know. What good is knowledge if you don't apply it? Knowing something in your head is not as good as knowing something in your heart, your core. Living out what we know, as long as we know what we know, is far better than just knowing. In other words, applying what we know to be true yields results. Just knowing stuff is pretty fruitless unless we just want to be good at gameshows.
You know right now that doing something physical like training, exercising, or playing for just 20 minutes a day can be really good for you. In fact you probably know that vigerous physical movement can release endorphins, pick up your metabolism, boost your immune system, and keep your body young. So, why don't you do it? Surely you can find 20 minutes in a day? Right?
You may know that the only way you can find 20 minutes in your day to take care of yourself is to get up early because your day is too hectic and stressful to fit in exercise at any other time. Great. Get up 20 minutes early. Apply your knowledge and take action. You will be amazed at what you can accomplish be living out your knowledge.
Do you have a goal? Do you know how to reach it? What do you know? What will you do? So many people would be extremely successful if they would only apply what they know, myself included!
Today's training session was just good enough to knock the dust off of me!
I crawled laterally like spiderman for roughly 20 minutes.
Then, I carried a 90 pound sandbag across an 80 yard field 10 times and did 10 pushups after each trip.
That is all I got. Have a good one!