• Rob Olson

Top 3 Things To Prioritize in 2021

Let's put 2020 behind us, and start planning for a successful 2021.

First, what does success mean to you? It's different for each of us.

Some want to lose body fat.

Some want to get stronger.

Some just want to workout and sweat 3x/wk

Regardless of which goal is yours, these Top 3 Things will help you succeed:


An absolute must for achieving ANY goal. Consistency is about making, and sticking to, a schedule. It is about getting it done, regardless of whether you feel like it or not. Consistency is about knowing delayed gratification will pay off. Lastly, consistency is courage. Courage to take the hard road, to climb the mountain, to go against the flow of complacency and mediocrity.


Everybody eats. What you eat, how much you eat, how often you eat ... matters. It shows up in your pants waistline, your scale, and your blood cholesterol workup at your annual doctors physical.

It also shows up in your workouts. How fast you can go, how much you can lift ... it is all impacted by your nutrition.

Whether you pick up a book on the Zone diet and self-learn, do the upcoming Nutrition Challenge, sign up for 1-on-1 Coaching, or simply cut out soda and other processed foods, there are a dozen ways to make gains.

Pick a method and go for it. You've heard the sayings

- Abs are made in the kitchen, not the gym

- Nutrition is the foundation of the pyramid

If you want help and accountability, we can help you.

Bonus: It's amazing to watch when someone cleans up their diet and they see their mood improve. Less mood swings, less negativity, less drama. Processed foods and sugar really have a profound negative effect on the body. Cleaning it up is the first step to feeling better!


2020 got a lot of people down. Let's be the voice of change, the ones that lead the way and bring society back to happiness. Show gratitude to everyone. Your spouse, your family, your co-workers, your friends, your neighbors, your mailman ... you name it.

We aren't looking for anything big or complicated.

"Thanks [spouse] for watching the kids so I can workout, I really appreciate it"

"Thanks [co-worker] for helping me on that project, I really appreciate it"

"Thanks [friend] for encouraging me to attend todays workout, I really appreciate it"

“Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for.” —Zig Ziglar

If you can bring some consistency, improved nutrition, and gratitude to the table in 2021, I guarantee you will not only see incredible results, but you will be the happiest you've been in a long time. Here's to an incredible 2021 :-)

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