Bouncing Back From Failure Will Make You Stronger

Sometimes people are comfortable with failure in some areas of their lives but not others , Failure is really good for you when you learn  from it . A friend of mine made his first  millions at the age of 27 but lost almost half of it by age 34 , he had more stories to tell me whne playing tennis together and proudly told me that the failure in hos life has made him a better man . I could   also say the same . So we booth  have our failures in common .

One of the main  reason i love strength  training is the fact that it teaches persistence  and the art of not giving up . Most people give up so soon and settle for things they will regret in future .

one of the greatest lesson my failure taught  me is to qustions people intention around me . To make friends  with people that are good for me – Most people are not honest  so they are not good for me Its that simple .

The way you view failure should change – View failure as a learning   opportunity , if you are not used to trying again if you fail then make a habit of viewing  it as a n opportunity to learn .

Developing  a new plan to increase your chance  of success .

Whats is not helpful is  allowing failure to stop you from reaching your goals .

Here are at home bodyweight  you can do at home – Dont worry if you fail at this but keep at it you will get better

Prisoner squat x 15 reps

Off set push ups x 6 reps

Wall slide x 12 reps

Split squat x 12 reps

Spiderman climb x 6 reps

Repeat the circuit  2 times the first  time you try it and  future  you can repeat 5 times

Thanks for reading

About Victoria Boer

Meet Victoria who has helped hundreds of women & men to shift fat from their abs, hips and butts!
This entry was posted in 30 mins exercise, Altitude, At home bodyweight, Awareness, commitment, confidence, Facing failure, facing fear, Not giving up, positive feelings, Positive mindset. Bookmark the permalink.

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