I Love Mondays Newsletter by CoryG | 3.20.23 - CoryG Fitness

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1 Workout – 1 Thought – 1 Quote

by Cory Gregory | 3.20.23
5 minute read

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Cardio Shredz #4 Friday Legs & Abs Cardio, 3 steps for killing procrastination, and producing positive results


Cardio Shredz #4 Friday Legs & Abs Cardio


Run your 2 miles as fast as you can


100 reps for time
How long does it take you to get to 100 reps?


3-lb ankle weights

Stiff Leg Deadlifts: 30 reps


Fire Hydrants: 20 reps with stretch
Single Leg Hip Thrust & Stretch: 20 reps


10 minutes for speed


5 minutes continuous


200 reps
10-lb plate behind the head


The 3-Step Process for Killing Procrastination

Everyone procrastinates. No one’s an exception.

Although some are worse than others, there certainly are strategies for minimizing procrastination.


#1 Identify the list

The first thing I do is make a list of the things I have to do. I list the things I don’t want to do the most FIRST.

These items are the things that I’m procrastinating on most, therefore, I attack those first.

If I don’t do it first thing, it turns into another day of putting it off.


#2 Ask for help

“Help” is one of the most powerful words in our language.

Asking for help is one of the most effective and efficient strategies for getting something done that you’re putting off.

I’m well aware of what my strengths and weaknesses are, and I’m not afraid to ask for help with those things I’m not so great at.


#3 Handle it immediately

Those things you’re procrastinating on? They’re all renting space in your head – consciously and subconsciously.

I’m speaking from experience here. If I don’t have something handled, I can feel the space it’s taking. It’s like when you’re bedroom or office is cluttered… it rents space.

Not to mention that your creative powers are dampened until you get it cleared up.

Handle it fast and move on!


“A definite purpose, backed by absolute faith, is a form of wisdom and wisdom in action produces positive results.”

– Napoleon Hill

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