This just happened...
The power of identity is truly amazing.
I was at the gym finishing up my workout with my cardio (30 minutes)
I decided to watch one of my fav bikini competitors Narmin Assria IFBB Bikini Pro YouTube Vlogs of her winning in salt lake to go to the Olympia for the 7th consecutive year (seriously, if you're not familiar with the sport that is HUGE).
Anyways, I remember at my first show it was in conjunction with an IFBB pro show and she was competing and her stage presence and physique is so amazing.
As I was watching the vlog I was noting the way the girls walked the stage, carried themselves, and the full hearted faith she had in knowing she would take the win.
It got me thinking about the power of I am statements and identity work, something I focus on daily as part of my Building More than Just a Body mission.
When I was doing cardio tonight I asked myself "what would the pro version of me do right here and now?"
I turned it up a notch.
Then I was about to leave without posing and asked myself again, "what would the pro version of me do right now?"
I was exhausted, fatigued, and sweaty as eff so putting on heels and a smile and posing seemed to be the last thing but it is the ONE thing I need to work on most.
So of course, I did it.
The point is, when we ask ourselves the right questions and we answer them with action the results speak for themselves.
The next level version of you is already within you, you just have to be willing to dig deeper and bring this version of you to your consistent and conscious reality.
Ask yourself, "What would my next level version of me be doing right now?" Or "if I already achieved everything I am after right now what would I be doing?"
THEN DO THAT. TAKE THAT ACTION.
You ARE capable. If you even thought for a second you wanted to be better than you should know you 100% can.
P.S. if you haven't quite figured out how to begin aligning inner work with physical results then check out my ebook here which I am gifting to you!
|Celeste Rains-Turk; Celestial_Fit International and Building More than Just a Body||