New Year, New Me

My job is pretty simple: Help individuals set and achieve goals related to their health. These conversations happen every day for me and are always 1-on-1 with you.

In December, I asked what you were hoping to accomplish during the 2021 calendar year. Here were the most common answers:

  • Cut back on Sodalicious/Swig.
  • Get back to consistently working out.
  • Have a better body image and more self-confidence.
  • Say “No” more often to sweets (sugar).
  • Spend less time on social media.
  • Run more often and get faster.


To these goals, I ask a simple question: How is this year going to be different than last year?

COVID-19 isn’t to blame for the results you achieved last year. 2020’s pandemic only sped up the evolution of your current habits. If they were bad, they got ugly. If they were good, they became great.

My mentor always tells me to “Never waste a crisis.” So in 2020, I leaned on him and others more than ever before. I spent more money on coaching, hired more experts, and attended virtual summits regularly.

I asked myself, “Who has already solved the problems we’re now facing as athletes?” and then “Who is the best in the world at solving this particular problem?”

I read more books, watched more videos, took more courses, attended more seminars, and learned more than ever before. I’ll share these lessons in a later post.

But I also found myself returning to the fundamentals–the tried-and-true, proven strategies that have stood the test of time. I looked for bedrock truths. I asked all of my mentors, “What’s the one book you’ve read five times?” instead of “What are you reading right now?” I’ll share my list of best books I read multiple times last year in a later post as well.

Most of all, I leaned on data. You can’t fake data. Data doesn’t guess.

This series is dedicated to that data. I interviewed the most consistent athletes, as well as the athletes who had the most success in weight-loss and strength gains.

Stay tuned.

Tyler

WOD
2 Sets For Time:
25 Push Ups
50 Air Squats
100 Plate Hops/Line Hops
50 Air Squats
25 Push Ups
-Rest 3:00 between Sets-

Other Articles in this Series:
1. New Year, New Me
2. New Year: Consistency
3. New Year: Progress
4. New Year: Data From PR’s

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