"The comfort zone is a behavioural state within which a person operates in an anxiety-neutral condition, using a limited set of behaviours to deliver a steady level of performance, usually without a sense of risk. A person's personality can be described by his or her comfort zones.
Highly successful persons may routinely step outside their comfort zones, to accomplish what they wish. A comfort zone is a type of mental conditioning that causes a person to create and operate mental boundaries. Such boundaries create an unfounded sense of security.
Like inertia, a person who has established a comfort zone in a particular axis of his or her life, will tend to stay within that zone without stepping outside of it. To step outside their comfort zone, a person must experiment with new and different behaviours, and then experience the new and different responses that occur within their environment."
Do something out of your comfort zone this week, push yourself and embrace how good it feels when you accomplish it. You may not be great at that first go but it feels good to do something out of your boundaries and bubble.
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Weight training has been become more and more popular over the last few years. Men’s magazines often have a buff model on the front cover and now the women’s magazines are catching on too.
There is media coverage on the benefits of weight training, hypertrophy programme ideas for men and women, and more and more inspirational training pictures are based around the “toned” and lean look.
A lot more people are being seen in the weights areas in the gym, looking to improve their appearance and sports performance by implementing weight training into their gym routine.
How do I reap the benefits of weight training?
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