For those embarking on a New Year’s resolution or for that matter any new initiative in health, fitness or athletic development, one of the most challenging elements is learning how to “work hard” and avoid common distractions.
“Working hard” is a deeply problematic issue in a modern society rife with conveniences. Though there is no shortage of “intense” exercise videos or at-least training regimes that will note how oh-so rugged their system is, few muster “working hard” outside of the gymnasium. While I have respect for anyone who is dedicated towards their exercise goals, the real work is by those who work highly stressful or manual labour jobs before ruthlessly attacking their workouts. Little general physical preparation (GPP) is needed when your day is spent “on the job” or say laying brick, roofing or any number of physically demanding jobs as well as taking care of a family.
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