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Though often used interchangeably by others, exercising and training are distinctly different. Exercise is movement without purpose; motion without direction. It’s what my grandmother does when she walks around the mall.
Now, I am for anything that INCREASES THE HEART rate and gets a body moving, and for some this is all they might be capable of. Exercise is a hard activity that requires great discipline, an obligation: “I should be doing this.
” In contrast,training is powered by an inspired vision:
“I feel strong, fit and alive!”
I’m sure you’ve seen people training in those same gyms, too. You’ll recognize them as the few who truly look like they mean some business. Head down, focused, intense, driven with purpose. They’re not unfriendly people, just “in the zone.”
TRAINING VS. EXERCISE
MOTIVATED BY A “WANT” DONE FOR OWN SAKE
WITH GOALS AND PURPOSE WITHOUT GOALS, PURPOSE
FOCUS, INTENSE ENGAGING IN RESPONSE TO “NEED”
MEASURES FEEDBACK LACKS INTENSITY
PRODUCES STATE OF “FLOW” CAN BE BORING
TRAINING is a mindset, the way you approach any exercise you do, be that a set of bench presses or a session on a treadmill. Understanding this distinction will be as trans formative to your results as the training itself.
if you could have only one reason to make strength training part of your fitness life, you might try this fact: It is the only way to reshape your body. Attempting to transform a body with cardio alone is futile. “If you’re shaped like a apple and do nothing but cardio training, you might lose some weight—but you’ll just end up looking like a smaller apple”
If you are serious about transforming your body and life, if you have any desire to make measurable change, if you want your time in the gym to be efficient and effective, stop wasting your time exercising and start training with MAJOR F.I.T (FOCUSED INTENSE TRAINING)
Major Fitness, Major results GUARANTEED!
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