Is Today a “12Day” or “15 Day”?

The other day when I was working out, I was doing my first exercise which is a warm up on the elliptical. I thought to myself, “Am I going to do 12 minutes or 15 minutes this morning?” The next set of exercises was bench press and the same question begged. 12 reps or 15 reps today?
Realizing that those extra 3 reps are where you get 80% of your gains.

So, was I going to put in the extra effort this morning to maximize my time in the gym and also get the best out of my workout? Or would I take the easier road and perform to a lesser degree?

It’s the same in life and business. If you put forth that little bit extra of effort or service to your clients you will achieve so much more. That little bit of effort, the extra in ordinary to make your business extraordinary!

So I encourage you to do the extra work. It will help you achieve 80% gains, from that 20% of the work. If you do it in your workouts, you’ll soon learn to do it more in business and your life. That morning it was a “15 Day”!

About askdrlask

Chiropractic physician who specializes in natural ADHD treatments, natural treatments for neck pain and back pain. Wellness programs and overall health and wellness tips and information. I operate Ask Dr Lask Wellness Center inside of Finney's All N 1 Health Club on Watson Rd. in Crestwood, MO ( St. Louis county). I've taken advanced training from Dr. Yannick Pauli of Switzerland for ADHD Wellness treatment. I specialize in treating sports injuries including strain/sprains, neck injuries, back pain, muscle spasms, headaches, migraines, sciatica, etc. I measure your nerve function using sEMG, thermal scans, and HRV-heart rate variability. Nerve interference leads to decreased function. We remove the interference to the nerve system and restore health. We combine nutrition with chiropractic and regular exercise to promote overall health, vitality, and longevity.
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