Joe Rogan’s ‘Inner Voice’ Hack Could Be The Secret To True Workout Zen – DMARGE

Posted: September 13, 2020 at 11:54 am


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Snoozing alarms, a pale ale with mates or just a simple Ill go tomorrow: all common excuses for passing on the gym. If you disagree and were to tell us youve never skipped lifting weights to curl a couple of schooners, wed look up into the sky and expect to see some pigs.

Like it or not, your inner voice can have a tremendous (if somewhat unintentional) effect on your daily goals, especially when it comes to deciding whether or not to go to the gym.

Its something celebrity podcaster Joe Rogan seems to suffer from on occasion too, and hes recently taken to Instagram to regale his story and to provide worldly advice so that you never let yours take control of you again.

Move over Buddha; though a little rough around the edges, this could be true enlightenment

Speaking of his inner [wimp] and how it put up a hell of a fight today, Joe says he nearly did skip the gym in favour of enjoying the morning and just drinking coffee and relaxing instead of the workout that I planned.

His story didnt end there, however. Instead Joe got after it and completed his workout, much to his benefit. Im so happy I did, he tells his fans.

He then parts some advice, Its amazing how procrastination and laziness can sneak up on you some days, and how, much like inspiration, its got weak days and strong days.

I think the key is to never give yourself that option. Ever.

Today was close, though, but ultimately I got it in, and I feel so good because I did.

Its not just Mr. Rogan: taking this non negotiable approach with yourself is something renowned self-help coach Tony Robbins is a huge advocate of too (see him try to explain the concept to a hilariously indisciplined Russell Brand here).

It seems Joes words have resonated with several Instagram users, with comments such as:

Needed this today, got the class done.

Thats it, Im working out today

Even Hollywood actor Josh Brolin found Joes words useful: Yes! Did the same today and so glad I did it. My lungs dont want to expand right now and I will fight through it until they do. Time to break through to next level conditioning.

Summoning the motivation to work out, or to lose weight and gain muscle, is a trait shared by many. But as weve previously seen from this Redditthread, simply looking at guys around you, or accepting that youre going to have low times not to mention taking heed of Joes advice to not let your inner voice get the better of you is all the motivation you could need.

The weights await.

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