Do You Place Limits on Yourself?

david goggins navy sealWhen you push yourself hard – what do you say to yourself?

Do you make excuses and stop early? Or do you Finish the Drill and leave the field late?

Do you view hard work as a curse or a Gift?

The gift will make you stronger. A curse makes you a “victim”.

Find out What a Navy SEAL has to say about building a life with “NO LIMITS”

Placing no limits on yourself allows you to truly grow.

Don’t listen to the naysayers as they don’t want you to get better.

Listen to yourself. Listen to your heart. Believe in Yourself.

SGPT Homework:
What will you do today that others want in order to push yourself? What obstacle will you overcome? What have you been putting off that you know that you need to do?

Question: I have one more question coach, when pushing limits to excel in these workouts or in any workout how do you push for failure but know when to stop when your form is failing.

Answer: When your form begins to fail then it is time to stop the workout and slow down.

As always – email me brad@sealgrinderpt.com and let me know your goals that you are working on and how you can be held accountable.

About the Author:
bradBrad McLeod knows first hand about mental toughness after being kicked out of a top tier Spec Ops training unit. He failed out of BUD/S the first time after failing a math test (made it through Hell Week and Dive Pool Comp). He came back a year later and graduated and served as an operator on the Navy SEAL Teams.

Today he is one of the most sought after mental conditioning coaches in the world today having recently returned from Ireland, Southern California, Pennsylvania and parts unknown in north Florida. SEALgrinderPT audios and Ebooks have been downloaded in 20 different countries around the globe.

Check out SEALgrinderPT Coaching to help you step up and take hold of your dreams and realize your goals.

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Do You Place Limits on Yourself?