75 Hard Steps to Success: I completed 75 Hard and Phase One of the Live Hard program and I’ve been on break between Phase One and Phase Two. I’ve decided that tomorrow is the day to start Phase Two. What do I hope to gain with Phase Two? A renewed dedication and a confirmation that I can do anything I put my mind to. I recommend everyone to try 75 Hard. Whether you want to move on to the rest of the Live Hard program that is up to you. 75 Hard is a mental toughness challenge for 75 days that includes the following nonnegotiable items every day.
75 Hard Steps to Success
- Two 45-minute workouts (at least three hours apart)
- One workout must be outside
- Follow a diet
- No alcohol or cheat meals
- 1 gallon of water
- Take a progress picture everyday
- Read 10 pages of a self-development book daily
Phase Two has the exact same items as above but for only 30 days. I had to take a mandatory break of at least 30-days between Phase One and Phase Two. I’ve taken a little over 30-day break but I’m now ready to go to regain my focus.
I’ve seen that in the last couple of weeks, I’ve become a bit scattered. While I don’t believe it’s because I’m not on the Live Hard program, I feel I need a reboot to refocus my life and business goals.
I challenge anyone reading this article to look at your life. Does your life need a reboot? Does your life need some additional focus? Are you feeling a bit scattered? If any of these are true for you, consider your own reboot. I recommend 75 Hard but if you feel that’s not for you, find a different mental toughness challenge. I firmly believe 75 Hard will change your life. Will you take the challenge?
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