Jocko Willink, co-author of an amazing book I read recently called “Extreme Ownership” has a 3-minute piece on discipline that you need to watch.
Rethink your excuses after you watch this clip. These people are incredible.
After my 3rd child was born I had stubborn pounds that I wasn’t able to lose but after I started to train with Richard he was always motivating me.
He taught me how to stay consistent and pushed me to my limits. He also taught me to make healthy choices and eat in moderation. I immediately started seeing a difference in my weight. I lost 20 pounds and I am healthier and have more energy than before. I’ve also started doing the boot camps and have become addicted to the midday workouts 2-3 times a week on top of my training.CONTINUE READING
Like many that now make exercise, good diet, and fitness part of their everyday life, I grew up a bit chubby and overweight. I had played sports in high school, but the steady march of the pounds culminated in college with me weighing in at just over 200 pounds.CONTINUE READING
Before I joined No Limit, I did a lot of random group training classes at different gyms throughout Orange County on ClassPass. For the most part, I thought I lived a pretty healthy lifestyle and was in good shape, but I realized I had no progress.CONTINUE READING
Easy is not an option. Even though it will be hard, it will be worth it!
Take 60 seconds before you start your week and watch this…
“I dreaded going to the gym because it was the same thing over and over.”
Before No limit, I had to come up with a workout routine for myself. I would try to find workouts online and it just became repetitive and uninspired. I dreaded going to the gym because it was the same thing over and over. I wasted a lot of time waiting for equipment and machines to be open. It became very boring very quickly.CONTINUE READING
In one minute this man covers it all. Is this you?
Growing up and through my early 20’s, I was always naturally “skinny”. I could eat whatever I wanted and it never affected me. I would work out on and off as I pleased, but was never consistent. My sister has worked out for as long as I can recall, and I remember making fun of her for doing it so much, as I never thought she really “needed to”. I would go to the gym off and on as I pleased and would work out to Beach Body videos at home, very inconsistently. Fast forward to 2011 when I had my first child. The weight came off quickly, but I was weak and had very little muscle. Finally in 2012, a friend asked me to go to No Limit with her on a Groupon deal. I’m a teacher, so I wasn’t excited about the idea of working out at 5:30am in order to be ready for the work day. But, I liked the idea of working out, and my LA fitness pass was clearly going to waste as I only went and used the elliptical maybe 2 times a week, so I decided to suck it up and go.CONTINUE READING