I get up at 5am, pretty much every day.
I do Crossfit, which looks insane if you’ve never done it before.
I’m also running – did 15 miles this week on top of the Crossfit.
People look at me like I’m crazy when I tell them all of that. Especially when I say “5am”. I might as well say 2am; most folks seem to think they are equivalent.
But here’s the thing – that stuff is actually not so hard. Yes, it is hard work, and it hurts sometimes, and sometimes I don’t want to go. But runner’s high is a real thing, and you can get it after non-running workouts, too. Exercising becomes addictive, and you go because you like to go, and you get up early because that’s the time you’re ready to go.
No – exercising and getting up early is not the hard part. This is the hard part:
About 14 meals here, including breakfasts. 10% – 20% of your progress will come in the gym. The other 80% – 90% comes in the kitchen. Prepping all of this is a pain in the ass, but it is done, and I’ll eat right this week.
Lets go get it…