Do you want a better body? Want to sculpt muscle and burn ugly body fat?
Have you struggled to build muscle or burn fat?
Do you find it difficult motivating yourself to stick with a workout program long enough to see the results you want?
If so, this simple strategy is for you.
I came across this strategy a while back reading an interesting article on entrepreneur.com…
The article went into Jerry Seinfeld’s drop dead simple strategy for success.
A strategy that has allowed the comedian/actor to write funny jokes and become one of the most successful comedians of all time. As simple as it may be, it’s produced some stunning results. It’s helped Seinfeld…
- Earn 267 million smackaroos in a single year.
- Be one of the most successful comedians of all-time.
- Have one of the most popular sitcoms in history.
I know you may be wondering what a comedian and his successes have to do with building muscle, losing weight, or even fitness. After all, what could the funny man know about working out? One look at the guy and you can tell he’s not a fitness nut. None of his achievements are related to finiteness either. To top things off, he’s plagued with the dreaded skinny fat syndrome. Doesn’t even look like he’s ever stepped foot in a gym.
I know this doesn’t build much a case for the Seinfeld strategy of fitness.
But trust me his trick for success can make all the difference in the world with your struggles.
So before you dismiss this powerful strategy because of the source, give me a minute and hear me out. I guarantee it’s an effective strategy anyone can use to build muscle, bring up lagging body parts, or even burn off stubborn body fat.
It even works on those stubborn spots like the love handles. Or building bigger arms.
Super Simple Seinfeld Strategy
Jerry’s secret was revealed during a chance encounter back stage of a comedy club.
One night, Brad, an up and coming comedian spots Seinfeld and seizes the opportunity to get advice form one of the best.
Brad asks his fellow comedian…
“any tips for a young comic.”
Jerry responds with what seems like a smart aleck answer…
“to be a better comic, create better jokes”
Not to leave the struggling comedian hanging Seinfeld continues…
“the way to create better jokes is to write every day.”
Jerry then went on to explain the magic behind the Seinfeld Strategy.
- Get a big wall calendar. (One that has a whole year on one page.)
- Hang it in a prominent spot.
- Get a big red magic marker. Then each day you do your writing…
put a big red X over that day.
“After a few days you’ll have a chain. Just keep at it and the chain will grow longer every day. You’ll like seeing that chain, especially when you get a few weeks under your belt.
Your only job is to not break the chain.”
The Power Behind The Strategy
Did you notice that it…
- Didn’t mater if Jerry was in the mood or not.
- Didn’t matter if the jokes were funny or not.
- It didn’t even matter if any of the materiel would ever see the light of day.
All that mattered was not breaking the chain.
Take a second and read the line again. Let it sink in.
Too often we’re looking for instant results. How to lose 1 a pound of belly fat and an inch off our waist overnight. Or how to add 1″ to our arms in a workout.
Anthony Robbins said…
“It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.”
Making The Super Simple Seinfeld Strategy Work For You
You can apply this same Strategy to lose those stubborn pounds and get back in shape. Or you can use it to add slabs of new muscle to those lagging body parts.
Seinfeld’s success and your success isn’t about individual results or a quick fix. It’s all about consistency.
It’s not about finding the best exercise or workout routine.
It’s not about finding the best sets or reps.
It’s not about magic foods or the the newest supplements.
It’s all about consistency. Not breaking the chain.
What To Do When Things Don’t Go Right
Most people lose hope and fall off the wagon after disappointing results. How do you feel after a week’s worth of hard work and the scale moves in the wrong direction?
A bad workout, even a bad day at work can derail things.
Don’t worry, this is normal. Everyone runs into bumps. But those who look good when when the clothes drop to the floor…
focus on the chain. Not the bumps.
Remember Seinfeld, he didn’t care if the jokes were bad. He didn’t care if another sole would ever see them. It was all about writing daily, keeping his chain going.
The same applies to you and your success habits. Don’t let a bump in the road derail your dream.
The day after a bad workout or poor results…
Try it. Pick up a calendar and start your chain.
What you choose to focus on makes all the difference.
It’s important to choose something that makes a difference. Something that takes you closer to your goal. It doesn’t have to be earth shattering. Jerry just made a habit to write. So you don’t have to set personal records in the gym. Or stick to a 900 calorie diet. Consistently working on something is the key.
Some things you may want to try…
- To improve Your Diet - Tracking your macros. Proteins, Carbohydrates and Fats
- To Build More Muscle - Hit your most stubborn muscle every workout.
- To Burn Belly Fat - Trade an hour of TV with an hour of walking. Walk everyday.
doesn’t matter what you do. Just make sure to pick a task meaningful enough to matter. And, simple enough to sustain.
This is important…
pick a task meaningful enough to matter. And, simple enough to sustain
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As Kenny Bania would say…
That’s gold Jerry. Gold!
Get your magic marker ready,
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Comments - Seinfeld's Super Simple Success Strategy
don’t worry about daily ups and downs.
Focus on keeping your chain going.