Farther Faster

by Megan K on July 20, 2010

Written July 6th, 2010

What does it mean to go farther faster?

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to meet Adam T. Glass, in person, you may have heard him talk about how successful people are those who act in a way that propels them farther, faster.
Since the Gym Movement, is ultimately the science of better: better movement, better questions and better thought, progressing “farther, faster” is the most logical and efficient objective.

Ladies and Gentlemen, what it boils down to is challenging yourself to reach the next level.

So how do you do this? Start by taking a serious, honest look at your actions, your choices and your progress. Then, ask yourself, what have I been doing? Where has this gotten me? Is this where I want to be? If what I am doing now or my life situation, isn’t what I wanted or intended, then what am I willing to change?

For some of you this is a straightforward task. A simple matter of sitting down, at the computer or with a notebook, making some notes about your life and comparing the notes to your goals.

For others of you it will be tougher because you will realize that you either don’t have goals or that your goals are of questionable worth. It could be that you have fitness goals, but no life goals, or perhaps its been such a long time since you asked yourself what you wanted out of life. Whatever the case is, if you don’t know what your goals are or you haven’t examined them lately, you need to ask yourself what you are doing? Are you just living life aimlessly; are you taking “go with the flow” to a new level?

Either way, if you only get one shot at life you are cheating yourself when you don’t work to realize your potential. And realizing your potential comes down to going farther, faster.
Remember this “better is your birthright”(Frankie Faires) . Don’t waste it.

2 comments on “Farther Faster

  1. Coralea on said:

    Hi, MeganK, I'm o.k. with the farther business, but for now going slow is o.k.

  2. Sonoma-Sunshine on said:

    Ask yourself… "Am I living up to my potential?" Life has no "dry runs" this is it… make it count!

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