When I decided to make this blog I knew that I needed to make a mission statement to remind myself of the purpose of the blog. I think that it’s important that you, my loyal readers, know the mission so you can hold me accountable. Here it goes:
The purpose of The Fitness Motivator is to make the world a better place one person at a time. To help people of all ages, sizes and ethnicities reach their fitness goals and develop from there. This is my way of giving back to the world and a part of my own personal growth.
My idea for this blog is to post a motivational video, motivational tip, or article about motivation once a week. I plan to write some longer more in-depth posts about motivation as well as quick pointers you can use on your journey towards a better body. The main guideline is that all posts should help you learn about motivation in a way that easily helps you work towards your (fitness) goals.
Motivation is a very personal thing and everybody’s motivated by different things. I’ll try to make a variety of posts to cover all motivational angles.
Now I want to leave you with a little anecdote I found on the back of a magazine. This somehow covers my perception of the world, or reality:
It was once thought to be impossible to run a mile in less than 4 minutes.
In 1954 Roger Bannister managed to do exactly that; he was the first man in history to achieve that goal. Only 46 days after the record was set, it was beaten. Many runners have since beaten it again and again.
No matter your goal, achieving it always starts with belief
– do not underestimate the strength within.
Thank you for reading.
Yours truly, The Fitness Motivator