Chris’s Real Life Principles to Live By – Tapping into your Inner Athlete


I think we all have an inner athlete.  I think we all want to take better care of ourselves through living active and eating healthy and ultimately be the best we can. Being more active and making healthy nutritional choices makes for a solid foundation, however, learning how to live a balanced healthy lifestyle is a challenge for most people.  An important first step is to have an open mind and a willingness to learn about ourselves and to develop a level of commitment and focus to making healthy choices a top priority in our lives. 


Athletes are famous for keeping themselves in optimal shape as well as being very focused and self motivated.  They not only compete with themselves to be the very best, to achieve the impossible but they also compete against others. You too can achieve this level of success.  By challenging yourself to take better care through healthy focused living within your current life situation and commitments, you too can achieve the lifestyle of your own inner athlete.


For the past 25 years, I have been practicing this way of life; living active, eating healthy, and being open minded to both learning and improving myself.  At the age of 19, I began my journey and started to exercise and compete as an amateur athlete in power lifting.  From there, I continued my focus and training and competed in mountain biking, marathons, duathlons, triathlons and eventually crossed the finish line in the Ironman Triathlon in Louisville, Kentucky.  I was committed to challenging myself to be my best inner athlete and have applied these principles of a balanced lifestyle and the importance of properly fueling my body for the demands I placed on it with great success.


Developing your inner athlete isn’t rocket science. Anything is possible if you want it badly enough.  What separates the professional athletes I train from the average person, is their realization of the principles, their attitude, focus and their commitment to applying them to their lives in order to be the very best they can be in their sport.  Something I’ve been teaching clients these principles for the past 22 years.


Be your best inner athlete.  Be open to learning about yourself and commit to making healthy choices, realize all that you have to offer and the infinite potential you have, don’t be afraid to push yourself, challenge yourself to grow, improve and evolve into becoming the very best you can be in all aspects of your life.   When you change on the inside with the right attitude, focus and commitment, you will inevitably change on the outside.


That is my promise to you.

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