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Working out for Wimps

Are you interested in working out, but have no idea how? That's where I was until a year and a half ago. I avoided the gym because I was so clueless about what to do there that I didn't want to make a fool of myself.

Looking information on the internet is almost pointless, because every document out there is for people who know what they're doing. I didn't.

I finally got an idea of what to do when I moved to LA. One of my roommates, Tyler, is considered to be perhaps the most obsessed and analytical pickup artist in the business. I mean that in a good way - for a while he made it his life, and as a result he got to the top faster than anyone else ever has.

Why making big changes is so hard

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

Question from a reader -

Hi Sebastian,

I discovered your blog recently and have been enjoying reading your posts, including the older ones. I was wondering if you had come across this problem before:

I feel I know intellectually what I need to do to be more productive and effective. I am a fan of getting things done (GTG) and have a written a good set of goals at 50k and 40k foot levels down to smaller projects and next tasks. For the past 3 months or so though I have not even wanted to look at these goals or my projects and next tasks. My mind knows what it needs to do but getting my body to do it has been next to impossible. At the point of critical decision like get up and go to the gym in the morning I give into the easier option of staying in bed.

I feel like I need a better strategy for execution. Any thoughts?

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