Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Take Action To Build Muscle

Are You Taking Action
To Build Muscle?


So, you want to build muscle and have quads the size of tree trunks or biceps that bust out of the sleeves of your shirt?

Well, let me ask, are you taking a step forward, each and every day, going after what you want to achieve?

Or are you a member of the "I want it now but don't want to work for it" club, simply sitting back waiting for things to come to you?

It's no secret that life rewards action. If you sit back and wait for things to come to you, I hope you have a lot of time to wait.

In fact, the true power to reach your muscle building goals is your ability to consistently take action each and every day.

In fact, can you imagine how much closer to your muscle building goals you'd be if you simply resolved to do ONE thing each and every day that would bring you closer to that goal.

Good things would start adding up quickly, and like the snowball that keeps getting bigger while rolling down the snowy hill, you too would find your muscles getting bigger.

Successful people are not necessarily those that make the right decisions all of the time. But they do make decisions and better yet, act upon them.

If what they do doesn't work the first time, they simply try something else until they get their desired result.

What amazes me is the number of people I see and talk to that are not happy with their current physique or muscularity, yet they keep doing the same things over and over again, expecting different results!

Thomas Jefferson once wrote "I'm a firm believer in luck, and I've found the harder I work, the luckier I get."

Well, the same is true in trying to build muscle. How hard do you work for the things you seek? Do you take some form of action each day and go after them?

Do you get in the car and drive to the gym in the snow when you
could just grab some cocoa and sit in and watch a movie?

Do you slam a protein shake when you're done your muscle building workout or do you just wait a few hours for dinner? Do you do an intense cardio session when it would be far easier to sit on the couch?

The great thing about taking action each and every day towards a
specific muscle building goal is, sooner or later, the momentum you build is
overwhelming and you find yourself closer to your goal than ever
expected.

It was once said that "Good things come to those who wait, but it's
the leftovers from those who hustle."

This article was published in my very first newsletter a couple of years ago and it's been one of the ones I've gotten the most responses on. And it still rings true today.

If you want to learn what you need to do, each and every day, to build muscle and/or lose fat, check out my muscle building program called "Simple Steps"

You can find more information about muscle building below:

My muscle building workout program "Simple Steps to Get Huge and Shredded"

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