That’s all it is … in 3 weeks time with a bit of focus and discipline you can change a  habit or get back into the groove you might have slipped out of.

Getting up 20 minutes earlier so you can get in a PreGen (myofascial release and mobility) session might feel hard now but not only in 3 weeks time will you have no problems getting up earlier, you are going to feel a heck of a lot better.

Got a niggle or an overuse injury? Well my ‘maybe politically incorrect advice would be to stop whinging and do something about it. Find the time to do the work that you know you need to do.

Want to change your body composition and loose a few or more kg’s? Well it’s going to take longer than 3 weeks but it’s only a few tough weeks of moving over from a caloric and processed dense diet to a nutrient dense and real food diet. And you’re going to feel a heck of a lot better.

Fallen off the training wagon? The day to day grind of showing up and getter it done and the fear of how hard, uncomfortable it’s going to be to claw your way back to fitness has you in its grips… Just start and take it a day at a time. Have a plan and stick to it. In 3 weeks you’ll feel great.

I personally felt so far away from fitness and especially in the swim. 3 brutal (ok.. they weren’t that bad) and I’m back well and truly in the groove. In fact some of my best and biggest swimming weeks ever. Not speed wise, but showing up, getting it done and enjoying the process. My shoulders should feel smashed but they don’tdue to getting up earlier and making the rule that I do my PreGen routine first.

Look .. it’s not really that easy. But it is simple.

I believe in you. I know you can do it.

Take stock of where you are at, decide what you want to change or improve and get cracking. Take it a day at a time and in 3 measly weeks you’ll have you mojo back for what ever it is you lost or wanted to change.

Have a great week

Kristian