Deep Dive – Motivation

Chris

Hey guys, welcome to episode four of my blank fitness journey Podcast. Today we’re going to do something a little bit different. Instead of interviewing one of our members, we will be doing a deep dive today. So the topic today will be hard to stay motivated when you don’t feel like it. But before we get there, we’re going to catch up. So, Megan, what’s new with you?

Megan

Like the last time we recorded, we were still reflecting on finishing up the quarterfinals in the open with everyone, which was really fun. I got to do those things with some of our members and coaches and finished a little better than last year. So that was good. So I feel like anytime you can get older and get better, that’s always good. And then since then, we’ve done a sprint triathlon,

Chris

By we, she means SHE.., 

Megan

And one of our coaches, so it was really fun. It was your local, great group of people out there. It was a lot of fun to meet everybody and see people in another sport. And then now, all of our focus is on verbs. So we’re doing lots of push-ups and pull-ups and squats and running, so yeah, it’s tough, but it’s good. Um, so yeah, just enjoying those things. What about you?

Chris

Nothing new with my fitness, just less beard. I finally decided it was time to be in the gym. It is sweaty in there. And it is finally shifted from a nice, amazing Florida spring that we don’t usually have to the sweltering Florida heat that we’re in now. And so, just losing that three or four pounds of beard that I cut off, I feel like because shortly made my workouts much more enjoyable. So yeah, and like you’re saying, we’re prepping for Murph. I’m sure that the listeners will be glad when Murph is over. So that way, we talk and stop talking about how hard it will be. And it’s okay; we’re going to make it through. So

Megan

it’s always fun, though. Like, everyone loves to do it together. Oh, right.

Chris

Yeah, it’s a fantastic experience. And like, remembering why we’re doing it, you know, considering all these fallen veterans and servicemen and women that have given their lives so that way, we can do things like exercise and practice religious freedom, and do all the things that we want to be able to do in this amazing country. Like it is great, but you know, the workout is hard. And as CrossFitters, we complain about workouts; it’s just what we do. So it’s alright. Okay. Yeah, so okay, there’s murder. So Megan, why don’t you hit us with our nutrition Tip of the Week.

Megan

Okay. So as we are going into the summer, I think many people naturally fall into this, like a change of season; I’m looking forward to a vacation. So I need to get my eating into a little bit better shape. And I want to challenge everyone that rather than thinking about what you should take away, maybe your focus could be on what you can add to your diet. Some examples of things that we see people doing that work really well and benefit from improving their diet. But don’t have to think about restrictions. You can think about adding water, more leafy greens, more protein, and just adding more whole food items. Some quick examples of that that we see, like people talking at the gym recently have been trying to add a glass of water before they started drinking their coffee in the morning. Or, you know, instead of ordering the rice bowl, they’re ordering the salad bowl and then getting the rice on it. That way, they’re getting more leafy greens in, and then there are even people that are, you know, doing something like their snack in the afternoon like their normal Pirate’s Booty to get more protein, and they’re adding like a protein shake to that. Or they’re switching. They’re like a pack of fruit snacks that they eat with their kids or something like an apple. That way, they’re getting more whole foods. And so I think that, as I said, it achieves the same thing as it improves your diet, but the focus is not on restriction. The focus is on what can I add and so it’s a lot less stressful, a lot more enjoyable, and a lot more sustainable. So that’s our challenge to everyone to think about what they can add.

Chris

Yeah, absolutely. That’s, that’s awesome. Two thoughts. One like its the principle is addition subtraction by addition, right? So like you’re just, you’re not going to make as many negative choices that will impact your fitness and wellness in the negative direction by adding in these things that we know are good for you, and then to you talked about Pirate’s Booty. What is Pirate’s Booty?

Megan

Pirate’s Booty is, it’s like, it’s like Cheetos. So like, when we were kids, we had Cheetos. Our kids now have Pirate’s Booty. So

Chris

it sounds weird if you don’t know what it is, like Cheetos.

Megan

They’re delicious.

Chris

And the dust ends up on your furniture because your kids don’t snap your kids or anything like ours. So yeah. Okay, great tip. Great tip. So we’re going to add in Whole Foods, nice work. So as I mentioned, we’re going to do our deep dive today on motivation. The thing that kind of sparked this was, you know, we have lots of gym members that have actually been coming to me recently; it was kind of weird, like, over just a couple of days, like several people approached me and said, Hey, Chris, how do you stay motivated?

I don’t think they were asking me like, personally, how do I stay motivated is like for that, like, they’re feeling a little off, something’s a little weird. And they’re not able to do their normal routine as easily because their motivation is gone down a little bit. And that’s super common and supernatural and super, okay. Like, we’re not. No one will be like this, 100% motivated all the time. Even the people you think are there are not okay to show that they feel the same way you do. So I don’t know if you guys, as listeners, feel this way? I’m sure you do. But if you feel like, Hey, I had a ton of motivation for New Year, this milestone that I was trying to accomplish, or I had this celebration that w was focused on. It came and went. So did your motivation. That’s okay.

Megan

You don’t have to wait till next year or next Monday. Like you can do other things to help, stay motivated without waiting for that next milestone.

Chris

this right. Yeah, exactly. Everybody starts their gym routine or their diet on Monday. So you don’t have to wait as Megan said. So while we’re going to be mostly sticking with talking about exercise and nutrition today, know that motivation dominates your life; it’s in all sorts of different areas like you’re going to feel less motivated on some days than others to go to work or like to do your chores around the house or do your homework wherever the things are that you need to be doing every day, your motivation is going to come and go. And again, that’s okay; you can apply many of these saving tips. These are not just specific to fitness and wellness. But that’s just what we’re the experts said. So that’s what we’re going to be diving into. So we’re going to start off with talking through the three practical steps that will help you guys and us maintain motivation. So man, what’s the first one you got for us?

Megan

Well, I think that, like what you said, it is super important to identify that your motivation is waning a little bit. So once you find yourself at that place, like some things that we see that people really do well with and that we use, as well as, you know, first just like setting a goal. And so you know, when it comes to exercise like we encourage people to, you know, Train for something, you know, that goal needs to have a definite deadline to it, it needs to be a SMART goal. That’s what the that and talk talks about in a while, but it needs to be specific, it needs to be measurable, and it needs to be attainable and realistic for you. And then it needs to be timely. So it needs to be something that has like a, you know, a definite endpoint to it. So training for a competition or that’s, you hear me, like, that’s what I’m doing. I had, you know, certain things that I was working towards, and that’s what keeps me motivated, is knowing that like, you know, on a Wednesday, I don’t really feel, like you know, drinking my water or whatever, but I know that Murph is coming, so I’m training towards that. And so, it helps me stay motivated to make those good choices. And you need to often reset those goals. So, you know, every time that we have, you know, people coming in, we love to hear what their goals are and what motivated them to come in. And then, you know, once they’ve been with us for a while, you know, love to hear those goals, like accomplished, you know, so we have a lot of people who, you know, have accomplished those goals, and they need to reset goals. So, you know, resetting a goal is really important. So when it comes to nutrition, you know, they might have come in with a goal to you know, you know, lose, you know, 10% of their body weight or something to you know, maybe get off of medication or something after being with us with a year you know, maybe they’re off that medication, they need a new goal. And so you know, it’s time to reset one, so goal setting is a huge part of what we do within like the structure of the gym like as far as you just taking care of our members and like knowing what’s important to them. Still, one of the main reasons is that it keeps us motivated. Like it’s very motivating to have a goal that you’re working towards. And you know that there’s a deadline coming up on it. So it gives you that extra little push a lot of times. So yeah, that’s one of the things that we do. What’s another thing that we do?

Chris

Well, just piggybacking off of that, like Maria mentioned, throw out, she throughout signing up for a competition, and that’s something that is that’s like my go-to when people ask me like, Hey, Chris, what should I do to re-motivate myself and like, sign up for a competition, most people are unwilling to sign up for something and go do it and embarrass themselves because they know that they could have done better. And they just chose not to train for it, or they chose, you know, like, if we have merch coming up, and you’re, you know, you’re doing Murph, you’re probably going to not go out and drink beer the night before because you know that you have Murph coming up, and it will feel terrible. So having those events, I think, is a super cool way to stay motivated. And it can be anything; it doesn’t have to be a CrossFit competition; there are all kinds of things that you can set as that thing. People have used the hashtag Fitbit 40, or, you know, your birthday coming up New Year; all those things are fine. Just like Megan said, make sure that you’re setting in goal because I want to lose 20 pounds is not a great goal because it needs we need to know by when and how are you going to accomplish it. Because it’s really easy to lose motivation if we don’t have that in the insight. Because indefinite things are really hard for our minds to stay wrapped around. So

Megan

I think that’s good. I’m just going to add to that, like, when you set those goals, the goal is like the first step, right? Like, it’s now you’re starting new to think about a change that you want to make, or maybe a couple of changes that you have to make to reach that goal. And that’s a process like, you know, you have to change is hard. And it’s going to mean something simple, like, you know, I want to get to the gym three times a week, maybe that means that you have to pack your gym bag and bring it to work with you, that’s a new thing. And it can take a little bit of time to like, get that new habit going or, you know, it affects your life. And that means that you have more laundry to do now. So there are little things that that goal represents. And so that’s where like, it gives you opportunities to, you know, be able to connect with other people in the gym, you know, figure out, figure out what they’re doing to help them get to their goals, you know, gives you that support, but there’s a lot that goes into, you know, reaching a goal. So that’s why it’s kind of a big one. So yeah.

Chris

Awesome. So number two, a practical step in helping you maintain your motivation is your why. So when I sit down, I meet with people interested in joining Triforce; I always ask them to know what brings them in. It’s usually something like, I want to lose weight, or I want to get off, you know, my blood pressure medication or I want to feel well or like I used to, like, used to exercise and I used to like it, but for whatever reason, I don’t anymore. And that’s okay. And then I ask why. And then I well because of this like and then I asked why. And they say because of this. And so your motivation, like the thing, really drives you to make a behavior change, like exercising, changing what you eat, getting enough sleep, or doing your mobility work. Like the things that drive you are going to be multi-layered. And they’re going to be the like, the deeper you dive into your whys, the easier it will be to stay motivated. Because if we say super surface, those things come and go. It’s like, you know, one of our friends jokes like, you know, when he’s feeling like he needs to drop a few pounds, sometimes instead of actually making the change, they’ll just, you know, put on the pants that had the elastic waistband instead of like the ones that actually fit you know, there are workarounds. But if you stay focused on those deeper, Why are the things that are really inside that either hurt, like there’s something that is like, you know, Ouch, I don’t want to feel that way anymore. Maybe when you went to the doctor and they said, hey, you need to lose weight because it’s negatively impacting your health so that you’re literally your blood is different now you have cholesterol issues. You’re like, okay, I don’t like that scary, right? I want something different in my life. That’s a bigger thing that will help keep you, but not everybody has those things. And that’s okay. So remember, whatever the reason you started, it’s okay to know that that thing might change. Because many people have been coming to me and asking me, how do I, how do you stay motivated? It? They’re asking you because they’ve accomplished their goals, right? So if you set your goal and you accomplish it, and it’s like, okay, well, why am I doing this? Well, because I want to invest in myself, okay, well, let me set a new goal that’s going to help me invest in me, or let me set a new goal that’s going to help me be more healthy, fit, and confident, you know, like, whatever your thing is, knowing that we’ve got to stay rooted in the big driving factor.

Megan

Let me ask you a question real quick. Yeah. So like, when it comes to remembering yours why, because like, there’s gonna be times that you’re not motivated that you’ve set the goal, but you’re like, I don’t really care about that goal anymore. Like, and so like, I think you’re why helps you care about the goal, you know and actually finish it. But like, like, I think that you’ve mentioned before that there’s like, a couple of different ways too, like, stay motivated with your why, like, in like, you know, there’s, there are internal and external things that help you with that. So can you explain a little bit about that a little more? Yeah. So

Chris

just talking about intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, right. So intrinsic motivation is this feeling that you enjoy doing whatever you’re doing, and you’re going to stay motivated to do the thing you set out to do? Because it’s fun, or because you enjoy it, or there’s just something inside of you that’s like, I’m going to do this, okay. This is going to sound crazy. But some people actually enjoy running, not for exercise, not because they’re being chased. But because they liked like the feeling of running. I’m unfamiliar with that. I’ve heard of people that are that way. That way, you know, what some people are? And so they had this, this desire to go run because they feel well. The other things I mentioned are extrinsic factors. Oh, crap, I’m being chased by a bear. Yeah, that’s the extrinsic motivation for me to stay alive. So I’m going to run, or we have Murph coming up, and I don’t want the RUN TO TAKE ME 20 minutes. That’s extrinsic motivation. Knowing that there’s going to be a combination of those things. Hopefully, we can get to where just exercise and healthy living are intrinsically motivating. To us. There are things that I’m like, yeah, like, I like feeling well, I like sleeping well at night because of exercise. Or I like the way that, you know, another thing is like, eating like eating a salad can be really delicious. It can feel like the crispiness, the flavors, and the textures can all be really nice. There’s going to be times, though, where you’re like, I just, I know, I need to eat a salad because I, you know, know that I’m going to enjoy a treat later. So I’m just going to balance it out by eating a salad. So balancing those intrinsic and extrinsic factors is okay, and knowing that nobody in the world is ever fully intrinsically motivated. There’s always like, you don’t have to feel bad because you don’t have this thing inside of you that drives you like to want to go to the gym. That’s okay, but you’re going to find that motivation stays much more steady. If I have some of those things that I find that I enjoy. And that’s why I tell everybody that Mike is thinking about joining the gym Hey, do this for 12 weeks. If you don’t like it at the end, that’s okay. Like, let me help you find something that you do enjoy. Because even if CrossFit is the most effective thing for helping them accomplish their goals, like uncover their whys, dive in and do the things they want to do. If there’s no enjoyment, there is probably not the right fit. There’s probably something that would be better for them. Right. Yeah. So I think

Megan

that’s a great point. Awesome. Yeah, yeah.

Chris

So step two was to make sure that you’re uncovering your whys and reestablishing those seeing if they’ve changed at all and just putting that kind of like, in the forefront of your mind as that anchor of why you’re doing what you’re doing.

Megan

Yeah, why you’re working towards the goal in the first place, and know that it might take a combination that will likely take a combination of internal and external things to help you stay with that. So there are a lot of layers of staying motivated. So, um, one of the things that I love is like Weekly; this is number three is We try to weekly have a time where we let people celebrate their successes. Because progress it, you know, it helps you remember the progress you are making. Because you have short-term goals, you have long-term goals. And if you wait until you accomplish the goal to celebrate, it can sometimes take a while. And so I think that you know, remembering all the little steps, like I said, like, there’s a lot of steps that go into making changes, or to reaching goals and remembering that progress will lead to more motivation because progress leads to motivation. And so sometimes just like setting aside a little bit of time to do that, and then also, like, celebrating with other people, maybe you haven’t had a lot of progress, or you can’t remember anything, you know, I can be really hard on myself. And I can’t think like, like with, with quarterfinals, I was like, I’m really like when you remember when you see all the other athletes, you’re like, wow, there are so many amazing athletes on here. And you’re like, my numbers are not good, right? And then you know, you’re like, wait, but the point is to remember, like what my progress is. So the way that I felt motivated to set a new goal, like to work towards something else, was that Chris helped me remember, like, Oh, you did better than you did last year. So it was like, Oh, cool. So seeing that progress helps me stay motivated to keep working on stuff. But without that, I might have felt bad about a couple of things and maybe had gotten down on it, maybe unmotivated, you know, without thinking about that progress. So I think it’s something that helps me a lot.

Chris

Yeah, it drives me crazy. When I’m at the gym, I’m coaching, and we get done. Let’s say we’re we get done doing it a lift and like, I see the person kinda like shrugging their shoulders, their head goes down, and it’s like, Hey, what’s wrong? Well, I wanted to hit 100 pounds as I okay, that’s okay. Like you’re working towards it, what you get today, I got 95 pounds, but okay, US only five pounds off; what was your best lift before 75 pounds. And it’s like, you serious, like, you’re not excited about setting a 20-pound personal record like you’re, you’re frustrated that I get not getting exactly where you want to hit. But celebrate those successes along the way. You’re working your way there, don’t give up because you didn’t get the thing that time. If you are not proud of your progress along the way, you will fall off 100% Because it’s too hard to hit big goals. If you are not like celebrating the small goals along the way. Going back to the first point, having those short-term attainable goals that are helping you achieve those long-term goals is super important. And the other thing is like, you know, so we do bright spot Fridays in the group in our Facebook group, for our gym. And so it’s everybody’s opportunity to brag on themselves. Number one, like the two reasons we do that, number one is for people to do, what we’re talking about is to have an opportunity to kind of check-in and reflect on okay, maybe I didn’t hit the long term goal that I wanted. Still, I’ve made progress; there is something to celebrate this week, even if it is drinking an extra ounce of water every day. The smallest changes can make a big impact. So number one, like celebrating those milestones, but number two, you never know when something you say like you celebrating something will spark motivation in other people because we are highly like a community-based people. And so we can feed off the energy of others. And so if I posted on my group, Hey, everybody, you know, tell me about your week, what was something to celebrate? And we get 100 comments, and everybody’s like, Ah, I did this, I accomplished this, like, that really fires me up, and it’s not in a competitive way. I’m not like, oh, I have to go beat them. Or they did this and like, it’s awesome to see people accomplishing things, and we’ve all like, listened to the motivational speech or like turned on that song that like really gets you going Yeah, I’m ready now. Like posting you or celebrating your accomplishments can help somebody else. It can be that pump-up song for somebody else to say, okay, Chris, did it. I’m gonna go do it too.

Megan

Oh, for sure. That’s definitely my favorite. I look forward to that post on Fridays and like reading everybody’s progress because I like, you know, seeing what people are accomplishing. It’s like it does. It keeps me going. Oh, I’m like, it reminds you that you’re not alone. Right like, and there are like there. Oh, there’s always something to sell. Right and like it does it, I think that positivity, that gratitude that like, celebrate like we mutually suffered together. So let’s mutually like, celebrate together too. And I think it’s really fun. One of the things I love is that we have the PR bell in the gym. So that, when you do reach some of those big milestones, everybody wants to celebrate with you because we’re all working towards something. And so like, we know, like, if you ring that VR Bell, we know that it represents, like, a lot of things that you’ve worked hard for, and like we’re looking forward to our turn of like ringing the bell, but like, everyone loves it when someone in the class gets to go ring the bell. And like, Yeah, I think that celebrating those successes that progress along the way really does lead to more motivation. And it leads to, like, other people’s motivation, not just for yourself; I think it was really cool. I know there was something that So speaking of like other people influencing you, like, No, that was something that you taught, taught me early on, like we were first married, he would like the schedule to, like do exercise, we’re on vacation or something like, you know, we got married in college. And so, like, we would be like on winter break. And he’s like, looking at gyms in the area, we’re going to visit family. And I’m like, why? Why don’t we just like sleep and eat the whole time? And he’s like, Oh, because you know, like, I know that if I do these things, I stay disciplined to do my exercises, you know, get to the gym that I feel a lot better. And he was a student-athlete. So he had no goals. And I didn’t have any goals. But it was like a really positive thing for me. And so you kind of shared with me how you viewed like, I guess that continue on, like, can you share with everyone else?

Chris

Yeah, absolutely. So this motivation, like staying focused on here, why, and be working towards your goal. Just having those things isn’t necessarily enough to be excited all the time. But knowing that you have to get them done like you’re set out, like I’m setting forth to do this thing to accomplish this goal, because of my why there’s going to be same levels of enjoyment during that process. Right. So this is very like, this goes back to like a spiritual practice for us, for me, like reading my Bible or praying, like, there are times that I don’t want to do those things straight up with you guys. There are plenty of times I wake up; I’m like, I’m okay, I don’t need to read my Bible daily. But I know that I need to do it. And so I do it. So on that side, we have a duty I’m going to accomplish; I’m going to go do the thing that I set out to do because I know that I need to do it. On the other end, there’s a delight where I really love it so much. I love exercising so much that I will do that intrinsic, deeply rooted in the overflowing joy that I get from it. And then there’s a desire in the middle where I’m like, Okay, I’m doing it, I’m, I want to do it more. Because either because I know that I need to do it or because I know that I’m going to eventually really love doing it. So as long as we’re staying on that duty, desire, and delight continuum, or working towards our goals, when we fall off of that continuum and we’re no longer working, that becomes the issue. So just like know that even when you’re not motivated, I’ve got to go do it if you’ve set up that goal. I’m going to do it out of duty, I’m going to put a frown on my face, I set my alarm clock for 430 in the morning, and I’m going to eat my banana on the way. I’m going to show up, and I’m not going to talk to anybody. I’m gonna be a grumpy, pouty cat. But I’m going to do it and then probably in a week or so. Okay, I mean, that was kind of fun. Like, those people were really nice, you know, like, you can come in with your coffee, probably still kind of rambly but like maybe like,

Megan

playing your jams. Yeah,

Chris

exactly. Yeah. Okay. Like, is it okay? And then eventually, like, it’s like, you have a smile on your face. When you set your alarm clock for 4:30 in the morning. Like, that’s impressive. You’re delighting in it. So

Megan

Are you looking at the workout the night before? Yeah. Yeah, thinking about it.

Chris

Right. And I know if you’ve never been there with exercise, that sounds crazy. But think about something in your life that like you’ve had that transformation with from duty to desire to delight and know that that can like we can you can get there with exercise or with nutrition or with these other healthy habits that you’re trying to accomplish.

Megan

Yeah, for sure, if it was super, it was helpful for me to have that picture and know that it was okay. As long as it didn’t fall off, right like that, I can be there was okay that I wasn’t excited about being there, you know, on my vacation from school, but that I was there, and that was okay. And it did; it led to me switching my mindset from I can’t believe I do this to like, alright, like, I’m here, you know, like, I kind of want to do it too. Like, I get to do it and actually have an excitement about it. And I would say to, like you said that, that’s really something that I do with other disciplines as well, like, you know, read my Bible, or you know, you know, praying and stuff, it’s like, sometimes it’s hard. And then other times I remember, like, how good it makes me feel and how much I need it. And that I’m really thankful that, you know, I had had internal and external things helping me along the way to get back to that place where I really enjoy it. And then I see the benefits that way. So, yeah, um, I know that motivation is not easy. It’s in, I think that just having some, like, those things that focus on like, helps me when I’m feeling really overwhelmed by not being motivated. And, you know, so focusing on a goal or setting a new goal, I need to focus on my way to keep working towards the goal. And then celebrating the progress along the way, you know, really helps me again, kind of get to that end goal and enjoy the process. And I think that that’s, like, when I see people come into the gym, like, there are so many people that I can think of, you know, who you are, like, you’re like, I am never going to do a pull-up or like, I don’t love to run, like, I don’t like to sweat as they come in with, you know, these things are like, you know, this is where I’m at. And now we see them one year, two years, three years later. And they’re like leading the pack, like that goes and runs after class or they’re doing extra work, you know, working towards things, it’s super fun to see that like they have put the work in and bought support systems, they’ve accomplished goals. And now they’re actually just like, enjoying their fitness, like, you know, if they go off to eat together, and you know, we laugh, like they’ll tell me, like, we all just talked about CrossFit while we’re at dinner, and I’m like, Oh, great, we’re like living up to the reputation. Spinners, but like, it’s really fun to like, see people like that they didn’t know they’re gonna be able to enjoy exercise as much like being able to enjoy it, you know, and like, it won’t always be like that. So um, you know, enjoying those times and relying on those other factors to help you get back to those times when life happens. And it gets hard, and you fall off a little bit like knowing that you can get back to it. And that there, there are like, kind of approaches to doing that to help yourself along the way. So I think it’s been helpful for me for sure. And I hope it is for you to

Chris

you guys. If this is something that you’re like, I need help getting motivated again, shoot us a message like let’s chat through it or at the gym. If you’ve never actually started your fitness journey, you’re like you’ve taken a hiatus during your fitness journey. You’re ready to get going again; we can help with that. We can chat about your goals and talk through your why, and I promise that will help you celebrate your milestones. If you’re somebody that is crushing it right now, great job. Enjoy this time where you’re feeling highly motivated and really like, you know, the phrase of strike while the iron is hot while you’re highly motivated, and you have that delight. Enjoy it and celebrate it and come along with you. Yeah, exactly. Drag the people in their duty stage to like, drive them along, and sometimes we are there. And we all need you where you’re at right now to help us as you know, but that smile on her face again. Yeah, awesome, guys. Well, as I said, this is a little bit of a different setup. Let us know what you think if it looks weird with us sitting next to each other.

Megan

same ciders normally

Chris

if we go on a date, we sit on the same set as the waiters automatically or waitresses, but the menus are on opposite sides of the table when we sit next to each other. It’s you don’t even remember why we started. Oh, yeah. Anyways, different episode. Next week, we’ll be back with another awesome interview. We’re going to intersperse these throughout the season. Some deep dives if there’s other questions or other things that you’re like, hey, let’s talk about this deep philosophical thing or let’s talk about this specific exercise or let’s Like, why should we cruciferous vegetables, you know like we can get into any of those things. We can really dive deep and keep you guys informed. Hopefully, that’s what we did today. We informed you, and we motivated you. We taught you how to motivate yourself and how to motivate others. Do me a favor. If you haven’t already, hit the Like or Subscribe button on whatever platform you’re watching or listening to this. Notification bell if you’re on YouTube. Share it with your friends or family members like, Hey, bro, you need some motivation. Here you go. Because again, we’re all in this together to help them along the way. So thank you guys for listening for watching, and we’ll see you guys next week.

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