Dailey Mail 2/8/13

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As we head into the weekend, I want to encourage you to reflect back on the week you are leaving behind! What was your BEST moment? What was your WORST moment? What are you going to do next week to make the most of your worst moment & turn it into something great?

The “W.O.W.” is FIRST-CLASS! Did you keep this word close to you & put forth your FIRST-CLASS effort this week? I hope so! I know my fitness & flex groups definitely put in FIRST-CLASS efforts with their workouts & body maintenance all week. If you aren’t in those classes (which by the way you should be!), did you put in the work necessary to get FIRST-CLASS results with your heath & fitness? FIRST-CLASS is not just about health & fitness, it applies to every aspect of life. To achieve the best results possible in career, relationships, marriage, community, etc….you must be willing to go the extra mile. Avoid the path of least resistance. Never quit!

What you put in is what you ultimately walk away with!

The DAILEY WEEKEND CHALLENGE: KEEP MOVING!!! After a hard long week, you might be looking forward to a little R&R. (I know I am!) Well, your mind and body need rest and recovery…so be sure to get it! But with sunny skies & temps in the 50’s this weekend…take advantage of it and get out side for some exercise! If you have worked out HARD all week, go for a nice long recovery WALK. If you fell short on the workouts this week, take a run or a bike ride…and mix in a functional fitness circuit with some form of lunges, pushups, squats, and pull-up’s (any variety you can do!). ANYTHING is better than nothing, and it will make the reward of the R&R afterwards feel even sweeter!

I have BIG things in store for you next week, so get your mindset RIGHT to push yourself into FIRST-CLASS!

Have a wonderful & safe weekend!

Peace & Health!


p.s. your Dailey thought…

“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy.’ They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.”

~ John Lennon