Stop Blaming Others (And Everything Else)

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So if you really want to see success with building your body and improving your athletic performance, you have to stop blaming others.

In fact, if you truly want to have success in life you have to stop blaming everything else as to why you are not where you want to be.

When I was younger I was Benny Blamer.  But blaming everything else for my failures had me going nowhere fast.

Blame Game

When I was younger I blamed the coaches in high school as the reason for me not getting playing time on the basketball team.

But why didn’t I blame myself for not showing up at off-season workouts?

Why didn’t I blame myself for not training on my own to get better?

When I was younger I blamed Philadelphia as to why I could not open my own gym.

But why didn’t I blame myself for being a halfway trainer at the beginning of my career?

Why didn’t I blame myself for not having a plan of action to actually open that gym?

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It was all fake hustle on my part.  Blaming everything else was the reason I was not having the success that I wanted to have.

Once I accepted responsibility for falling short in the areas that I wanted to succeed in, I began to have success.

Conclusion

Once I accepted responsibility for falling short in the areas that I wanted to succeed in, I began to have success.

It’s not the training program’s fault that you are skinny and weak.  What about you missing all those workouts or dogging it in the gym?

It’s not the diet’s fault that you are fat.  What about all the junk food you sneak in every day?

And my favorite, it’s not the coaches fault you are not playing and you ride the bench.  What about you skipping practice and not working on your craft?

It all comes down to the man or the woman in the mirror.

I’ll holla at you next time.
The People’s Trainer,
Fitman

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